Neither very plausible or scary, this found-footage exercise is nonetheless entertaining enough for a spell, and clearly not intended to be taken too seriously.
The disclaimer that opens "The Fear of 13" declares that all the testimony we're about to hear from "Nick," the documentary's sole subject and monologuist, has been verified as fact.
Starting slow, but accumulating power as the intercutting starts to make sense, the pic is a sure bet for human rights and femme-centered events, and should have a long shelf life in home formats.
A 16-year-old coltish beauty from suburban Denmark as she tries to break into the big time modeling world in Paris, where predators with power are ready to prey on the naïve and uninformed.
A crisp encapsulation of Noam Chomsky's thoughts on where corporate political influence and expanding economic equality are taking our nation as a whole — in a handbasket or otherwise.
Though Tripp Rhame's Georgia-shot debut feature goes over the top in the last lap, and sports plenty of logic gaps, there's enough atmosphere and boo scares here to satisfy the average genre fan.
There's nothing subtle marketing-wise about the latest animated DC movie, "Justice League vs. Teen Titans," timed to hit the streets mere days after "Batman v. Superman" made its debut. Yet the…
"Have you got a mouthful?" The dish in question is deep-fried fish sperm, which Rene Redzepi — owner of one of the world's top restaurants, Noma — is ordering his apprentices to taste.
Robinson Crusoe shared his oasis with birds and beasts aplenty, and thanks to the magic of computer animation, the critters finally get a chance to tell their side of the story in "The Wild Life."
A strenuously misfired mix of broadly treated social issues and uninspired comedic raunch.
No one does a livelier job of exposing the interior world of complex personalities than the World of Wonder duo, whose "Mapplethorpe: Look at the Pictures" achieves entertaining profundity without…