A tete-a-tete between two writers that was acclaimed in book form fails to translate effectively to the screen in "The End of the Tour."
This adventuresome, unclassifiable feature will be most suited to artscaster slots and niche download sales after it tours the fest circuit.
A perfectly cast quartet of actors buoy the slight, generally unpredictable antics of writer-director Patrick Brice's second feature.
Nikole Beckwith's "Stockholm, Pennsylvania" picks up where most kidnapping thrillers leave off: the moment the victim is returned home to her parents.
A sweetly engaging tribute to classic John Hughes movies and a refreshing glimpse into the secret life of the Asian teenager.
Kevin Pollak lines up the stars for his directorial debut "Misery Loves Comedy," a documentary exploration that cuts loose without ever cutting deep.
There's light diversion but little substance in a broad, bland tale of two grumpy old men making a predictable hash of their effort to hike the Appalachian Trail.
The sudden loss of one parent and the looming death of another set the stage for "James White," a stripped-bare family drama that marks the feature directing debut of indie producer Josh Mond.
"The Principle's" primary raison d'etre is to prompt a reconsideration of the Copernican principle in cosmology, effectively meaning a return to the ancient geocentric view that the Earth lies at the…
It may be difficult to recall (or imagine) a time when an uncivil war of words between politically disparate intellectuals was sufficiently novel to generate massive media coverage and score…