The Duplass brothers take another step toward conventional Hollywood storytelling without sacrificing the sincere, true-to-life quality that got studios interested in the first place with "Jeff, Who…
After putting male insecurity under a comic microscope in "Humpday," writer-director Lynn Shelton hands the fairer sex a more prominent role in "Your Sister's Sister," another winning study of…
A big burst of positive energy, this Woodstock-set Jane Fonda starrer may not be great cinema, but its broad, crowdpleasing qualities should make it a welcome night out for femmes
Once brief preliminaries are over, this tale of a wealthy family under siege at the requisite isolated country home offers genre fans what they came for in terms of high-body-count mayhem.
Cinematographer-writer-director Carl Bessai's "Sisters & Brothers" programmatically cuts across four sets of siblings, all in crisis, none of them particularly interesting, dramatic or amusing.
A thoroughly unconvincing misadventure of a mock-doc "sequel" to Bruce McDonald's 1996 effort, "Hard Core Logo."
Bona-fide scoundrels are seldom a movie's centerpiece, but the baggy-eyed ex-party boy, ex-felon, club promoter and general reprobate is a longshot for sympathy, which makes Petersen's moral juggling…
Keeping himself off-camera in order to spotlight half a dozen extreme fans, Spurlock brings his usual good-humored approach to the annual geek confab.
Yet another intense thriller about an upscale family terrorized by violent home invaders, "Trespass" takes an old-school approach to unsettling auds, largely eschewing the sadism and nihilism that…
"Democracy takes time," a character observes in "The Lady," though viewers of all political stripes will be checking their watches during Luc Besson's dully conventional tribute to heroic Burmese…
Tanya Wexler's "Hysteria" feels much like what would result if one took the conceptual gist of Sara Ruhl's sublimely witty play "In the Next Room."