Tedious and tonally inept, this Katherine Heigl starrer looks to be a nonstarter at the B.O.
The case for climate change is mounted in visually breathtaking yet conventional fashion in Jeff Orlowski's documentary.
Omnibus feature brings energy and diverse story ideas to the found-footage horror subgenre, but overstays its welcome at nearly two hours.
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A tale of love lost and redeemed in the wake of a stray dog's adoption, "Darling Companion" arrives with a commendable pedigree.
Often, writer-director-actor Eric Schaeffer's work has distant echoes of Woody Allen's, and so it is in "After Fall, Winter," at least inasmuch as it sets his hero wandering nighttime Paris streets…
A ballsy mix of interviews and editorializing that's daring enough to question a costly crackdown that has long had the public's support.
Hungry alien visitors try to make a meal out of a quaint Irish coastal village in "Grabbers," a comedy creature thriller that is a polished, watchable genre entertainment.
Parker Posey grabs the role of marginally psychotic supermarket schemer Susan Felders and squeezes it like an overripe organic cantaloupe.
This monotonously deadpan coming-of-age comedy has little to recommend it beyond some beautiful widescreen cinematography and the momentary kick of seeing David Duchovny looking like a stoned Jesus.
The American health care system is diagnosed up one side and down the other in the highly instructional docu.
Some classic gangster-movie tropes are taken for a ride in helmer Sally El Hosaini's "My Brother the Devil."