Only completist admirers of Jason Schwartzman's misfit gallery need trouble with this perilously thin tale.
A potent look at civil war in Sudan, "Madina's Dream" provides eyewitness reportage of an ongoing, lesser-sung African regional/ethnic conflict.
Though not without some zingy segs the adventures of a brilliant detective with a bumbling streak and his far more entertaining sidekick is hampered by jarring tonal shifts and undisciplined…
To quote "The Talented Mr. Ripley," "I always thought it would be better to be a fake somebody than a real nobody." Mathieu Vasseur might as well have written that line himself.
With equal measures of bemusement and amazement, co-directors David T. Friendly and Mick Partridge zip around the world to examine a shoe-centric subculture in "Sneakerheadz," their fleet and fly…
If Japan and Bali were assessed according to the GNH (Gross National Happiness) index, which would rank higher? The answer is a no-brainer in “Bali Big Brother,” a madcap motivational comedy based on…
"We'll be lucky to see anything bigger than a chipmunk," says a weekend-warrior hiker to his skittish girlfriend early on in "Backcountry" — and, if you listen closely, you can hear a chipmunk…
With the advance restrictions imposed by series creator Matthew Weiner, up to and including the passage of time, reviewing a "Mad Men" premiere is a Nik Wallenda-worthy balancing act, which might…
The road to the Olympics is paved with ping-pong balls for three teen hopefuls in this quick-moving, kinetically edited sports docu.
Think of "Kahlil Gibran's The Prophet" as a gift: a work of essential spiritual enlightenment, elegantly interpreted by nine of the world's leading independent animators, all tied up and wrapped in a…