Twenty-one years after "The Juror," Baldwin and Moore aren't a star pairing whose reprise anyone was clamoring for, and "Blind" won't stir any great excitement on its own.
"Misfortune" is what it is, a small-budget neo-noir so generic that one half-expects to see a bar code rather than closing credits at the end. Chief among its few distinguishing characteristics: Seth…
Beneath a stunning turquoise and tangerine late-evening sky, a man sneaks up to an outhouse where a guard is relieving himself and locks him in. The literal thief in the night then slips into a…
By any normal standards, teen horror pic "Wish Upon" is a pretty bad movie. But its badness is of such a distinct and kooky character that it can't help but exert an inadvertent charm. Anyone looking…
Newcomer Tiffany Haddish steals a comedy that gives four black women the chance to indulge in the kind of raunchy, R-rated antics typically reserved for the boys.
“This is not what people want to see in a film,” asserts Julita to her son, Gustavo Salmerón, who is filming her for what must be the umpteenth time over the course of 14 years. She waggles her…
Perhaps the most pernicious myth peddled about war is that it is cathartic. It may result in the redrawing of national borders or even the establishment of self-determining nations organized roughly…
'Lucy' director Luc Besson returns to the realm of sci-fi, serving up an expansive, expensive adventure whose creativity outweighs its more uneven elements.
An authentic, anthropologically fascinating if dramatically unsteady debut set in an isolated community in rural, mountainous Georgia.
Set in rural Azerbaijan, it revolves around the return of a prodigal son with ulterior motives, whose reappearance in the bosom of his family after a 12-year absence significantly changes their way…
"Fire" can be an oddly inappropriate verb for the act of terminating a person's employment: It implies a decision committed in heated fury, whereas frosty impersonality is so often closer to the mark.