Someday the mobsters, petty thugs and crooked cops of the world will finally get it through their thick skulls that you should never, ever mess with Liam Neeson's family — not that audiences have…
With his tufts of gravity-defying, shoe-polish hair and burnt-orange tan, Al Pacino has been sporting the look of a glammer-than-thou aging rock star for so long now that it's only fitting he's…
Considering how often Katherine Heigl has been slammed for not being just another docile, eager-to-please female celebrity, it’s hard not to suspect that she might have relished the chance to play an…
The personal doesn't feel especially persuasive in "Straight Outta Tompkins," 22-year-old writer-director-star Zephyr Benson's semi-autobiographical drama about the relentless downward spiral of a…
Hey "Home," E.T. called. He wants his huggable-alien concept back. Introduced in the film's opening seconds, when he bumps that little boy with the fishing rod from the DreamWorks Animation logo…
A literary hoax that picked up extraordinary steam before imploding is charted in Marjorie Sturm's fascinating debut-feature documentary.
This portrait of female mariachi musicians in Mexico City doesn't probe too deep, but offers a satisfying mix of personality and culture with a moderate feminist slant.
Alvaro Brechner's sophomore feature (and Uruguay's Oscar nominee) boasts enjoyable leads alongside a plot as predictable as your Great Aunt Bella's matzoh balls: what's fluffy for some will seem…
Multiple awards will generate interest in Shawkat Amin Korki's dark tale of a director and producer battling the odds to make a feature about Saddam Hussein's Al Anfal massacre against the Kurds.
"The Guns, Man" might have been a more apt title for "The Gunman," given how much of Pierre Morel's latest passport-brandishing shoot-'em-up is dedicated to showcasing Sean Penn's unexpectedly ripped…