Lively femme-centered ensemble is laced with good-natured hipster kitsch and endearingly goofy girl power.
Film benefits from the comedy styles of Harrelson and Eisenberg even when the script runs thin.
Film is a smartly written, nicely layered comedy.
A fresh look at the two films only reaffirms what fresh, lively and imaginative creations they are.
As intimate portraits of 83-year-old anal-retentive Turkish men go, "10 to 11" is surprisingly charming.
Uwe Boll trains his aggression here directly on the audience.
David Dhawan's big-budget sitcom is a major, slumdogging step in the right direction.
A grimly repetitive patience-stretcher that's audacious in its intentions but merely numbing as an experience.
Misguided pic manages to provide unintentional laughs by the barrel.
"A Serious Man" is the kind of picture you get to make after you've won an Oscar.
Helmer Philippe Seclier haphazardly tosses in anything he happens to encounter on a largely fruitless search.