A bizarrely misguided attempt to revive -- and spoof -- the classic B-movie, "Super Capers" is the kind of experience that makes you want your 93 minutes back.
The freshness distinguishing "Colma: the Musical" turns stale in "Fruit Fly," which isn't a sequel but brings back much of the talent behind that 2006 indie delight.
Not since "Snakes on a Plane" has a pic borne a title that so succinctly encapsulates its high concept as "Lesbian Vampire Killers." Trouble is, there's little else that's remarkable about this…
"I Love You, Man" cranks out the kind of lowball humor that makes you gag on your own laughs.
The consummate craftsmanship of "West Side Story," with its matchless ability to weave a solemn narrative through music and dance, still dazzles after more than 50 years.
A not-bad sci-fier that has more on its mind than the run-of-the-mill effects-driven extravaganza.
"Duplicity" is an ultra-sophisticated love story between two corporate spies.
Earnest indie "Ocean of Pearls" was inspired by first-time helmer Sarab S. Neelam's experiences as a Canadian-Indian Sikh shocked by the inequities of the U.S. healthcare system during a residency.
Its amusingly off-kilter humor underserved by pedestrian packaging, Dave Boyle's sophomore feature, "White on Rice," is the kind of comedy that hinges on a protagonist near-imbecilic in all matters…
Think "Travis Bickle: Mall Cop" and you'll have some idea of what to expect.