Sprite-like Irish film critic, historian and documaker Mark Cousins has done many commendable things to honor the medium he loves so deeply -- notably last year's "The Story of Film" -- but his…
A sweet, sun-bleached but slightly dim fusion of family melodrama, romantic comedy and picture-postcard travelogue, the Havana-set "Day of the Flowers" aims to dance away its script troubles to the…
If one-quarter of its accusations are true, "Top Priority: The Terror Within" reps a flaming indictment of the Dept. of Homeland Security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the Los Angeles…
Like a juggler with too many balls, Ning Hao struggles to keep sundry plots and a bloated ensemble cast in the air in 1930s heist adventure "Guns and Roses."
As a slab of gleaming, irony-free entertainment for undemanding teens, Fernando Gonzalez Molina's "I Want You" is just fine.
"The History of Future Folk" will likely be remembered as the first neo-hipster Brooklyn sci-fi movie.
In an era with a paucity of real heroes, a genuine one emerges in "G-Dog": the inexhaustible Jesuit priest Greg Boyle, whose Homeboy Industries has saved countless lives in Los Angeles' gang-plagued…
An unexpectedly emotional docu on the revival of an African-American rock group that's among those to usher in punk music.
Laura Colella's tale of a lad's seminal summer will win hearts and minds at Anglo and Euro fests.
If there's one Bond movie I could take back -- as in, undo and make like it never happened -- it would be "On Her Majesty's Secret Service."
Without neglecting his base, Tyler Perry makes a fair bid for crossover success with another rowdy comedy constructed around his trash-talking, quick-tempered materfamilias.