A Hindi James Bond clone that lacks the confident swagger and knowing humor to make auds surrender with a smile to its wildly fanciful plot.
Affecting performances and effective storytelling are the hallmarks of actor Matthew Lillard's debut effort as a feature director.
In the zeitgeist-examining docu-essay "Welcome to the Machine," director Avi Zev Weider ponders the degree to which man's present and future are dominated by his inventions.
An infectiously joyful account of a whistle-stop tour by three appealing folk-pop ensembles.
Artful docu reopens the 20-year-old Jeffrey Dahmer case to show a monster so unlikely, even jaded law-enforcement officers couldn't comprehend his behavior.
Cut from the NFL at 25, Kyle Bishop finds himself in the perfect position to kick off any number of exciting genre adventures, rather than the tepid daytime-TV melodrama the film offers instead.
When a documentary begins with its subject using his crutch to deliver a vicious blow to the director's nose, it's reasonably safe to expect less-than-smooth sailing ahead.
Yet another attempt to mix raunchy excess and romantic-comedy sweetness in an anything-goes raucous farce, "The Babymakers" offers a few big laughs between ho-hum stretches of frenetic vamping.
Documentarian Patrick Forbes makes an obvious effort to maintain balance and objectivity in "WikiLeaks: Secrets and Lies," his lucid and comprehensive account of what was arguably the most…
Dignity is demolished and pipe dreams are dashed in "Roadside Fugitive," a redundant third installment in Yu Irie's "8000 Miles" series.
Niche fests and cable networks will be the most hospitable environs for "Waiting for Lightning," a slickly produced, unabashedly celebratory pic about professional skateboarder Danny Way.