This fascinating, must-see docu, skedded to open later this month in limited release and VOD, should travel far.
Entertaining docu follows the plucking from poverty of a Manila fanboy to serve as frontman of classic-rock supergroup Journey.
This New York fantasy doesn't quite congeal, though it may outrage people who are unaware of gay teenagers or the grotesque possibilities of anatomically inclined special effects.
The Lord High Executioner in Gilbert & Sullivan's "Mikado" gloats about his "little list" of future victims, but Kirk Johnson totes around a bigger one in "The List" -- several huge binders' worth.
Few actors seem to relish punishment like Mel Gibson, who throws himself in a Mexican prison for this tongue-in-cheek bad-guy-makes-good actioner.
Joss Whedon's buoyant, witty and robustly entertaining superhero smash-up is escapism of a sophisticated order.
Swinging haplessly between poignancy and vulgarity, this overlong comedy reunites the "Forgetting Sarah Marshall" team of writer-star Jason Segel, writer-helmer Nicholas Stoller and producer Judd…
"Good As You" is marketed as Italy's first gay comedy, but it'll take something less flamingly stereotypical than this retro romp before the country can say, "You've come a long way, baby."
As documentaries on the overworked topic of climate change go, "To the Arctic" has a pretty good hook.
Lovers of Scandi crimers are in luck: It's the heyday of Norwegian writer Jo Nesbo. As Morten Tyldum's art-heist thriller "Headhunters," based on a Nesbo book, rolls out internationally, hot on its…
Largely set in 1980s Busan, "Nameless Gangster: Rules of the Time" is a rags-to-rogues crimer whose finely chiseled portraits of greed, self-preservation and depravity are buttressed by powerhouse…