May have auds imagining the movie playing on and on, beneath the floorboards.
Don't die angry. Such is the lesson of playwright-provocateur Conor McPherson's "The Eclipse."
Spike Lee has captured the essence of team sport.
This finely crafted film's vision of economic determinism constitutes a welcome contribution to the current bumper crop of docus en pointe.
A second-rate sex farce proves passably amusing at times, but pic is mostly clunky and vaguely unsavory.
The change of venue and lead actor may have taken a dire toll on David Grindley's production.
"The Shadowless" reps an ambitious adaptation of a multilayered novel by Hasan Ali Toptas.
"It's All Judas' Fault" is equal parts jailhouse jukebox and religious riff.