With a title like "Bob Funk," anything is possible, and an anything-goes manner appears to guide writer-director Craig Carlisle's patchwork comedy about a bitter, caustic and very drunk futon…
The narrative equivalent of urban sprawl undermines "Delhi-6," Rakeysh Omprakash Mehra's admirably ambitious but ultimately frustrating musical dramedy about a U.S.-born Indian's first-time visit to…
An assassination-conspiracy drama by way of coming-of-age story, "An American Affair" is the offspring of improbable parents ("JFK" and "Summer of '42") and supposes that the Cubans and the CIA were…
Appreciably more subdued than most other recent kidpics of its kind, "The Velveteen Rabbit," a loose adaptation of the classic children's story by Margery Williams, is a low-key charmer that's bound…
"Watchmen" is less a fully realized comicbook epic than a sturdy feat of dramatic compression.
The focus is on the fans in Disney's rock doc "Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience."
Refreshingly different precisely because its look is so profoundly retro, "Brendan and the Secret of Kells" harks back not just to older animation styles but to pre-medieval illuminated manuscript…
A crossbreed of "Romper Stomper," "Man Bites Dog" and "Romeo and Juliet," mock docu "Russia 88" reps a feisty, well-intentioned stab at illustrating the rising threat of neo-Nazism in contempo Russia.
Like the hybrid creature mentioned of its title, Mexican-Spanish co-production "The Mermaid and the Diver" is neither fish nor fowl.
Good performances by the two distaff leads are the main reason to watch "Yang Yang."
Easy on the eyes but rarely going more than skin-deep, "Hilde" is the CliffsNotes version of German actress-chanteuse Hildegard Knef's career.