Like a sports car hot-wired and taken for a conspicuous spin, the exploits of a coke-slinging low-life get a flashy English-lingo facelift with "Pusher" -- a case of "pimp my pic" that does little to…
Having thoroughly subverted the sitcom formula on TV, "Family Guy" creator Seth MacFarlane delivers a predictably irreverent satire that's sweeter and, sadly, less funny than you might expect.
The weirdly dislocated lives of four troubled teens are the focus of Gabriel Velazquez's challenging but extremely rewarding "Iceberg."
Bearing all the hallmarks of a small-budget labor of love, "The Last Ride" is a leisurely paced but modestly engaging road trip that gets considerable mileage from the byplay between its two lead…
Walking a sometimes wobbly line between charming and cloying, "Sassy Pants" is a fable-like comedy that charts a young woman's liberation from the apron strings of her divorced mother, with only…
Like a latte with caramel on top and coffee residue at the bottom, "First Time" starts off as a treacly teen daydream and changes course halfway through to deconstruct its own romantic myth.
A long-forgotten, envelope-pushing figure of 1970s rock will be hard to forget again after "Jobriath A.D."
There's no shortage of blarney in "Stella Days," helmer Thaddeus O'Sullivan's largely winning drama about '50s rural Ireland, but it's blarney with a twist.
Sony's reboot of its successful franchise, arriving five years after the last Sam Raimi-directed installment, is gratifyingly more of a drama-with-action than a nonstop assault on the senses.
Likely to frustrate gay and sci-fi auds, or indeed anyone with an interest in coherent storytelling, multihyphenate Jorge Ameer's "D'Agostino" is so aimless and shapeless, one might guess its real…
If prolificacy and enterprise were enough, one-man band Jorge Ameer might seem one of the preeminent gay Amerindie filmmakers of recent years.