There was a time when a Neil LaBute film titled "Dirty Weekend" might have promised a veritable buffet of social and sexual provocations.
As a shepherd and his donkey, dog, goats and chickens pursue their peaceful routines, visitors drop by to swap stories of Italy's past and present conflicts.
For viewers still waiting for the indefinitely delayed third "Bridget Jones" film, Ben Palmer's easy, breezy romantic comedy "Man Up" offers a pleasant sense of deja vu.
Drastic extremes of poverty and privilege have long been interlocked in Johannesburg, yet while the city's reputation as a township-encircled crime capital has informed the likes of "Tsotsi" and…
A ragtag badminton team of ex-cons and washed-up champs jump-smash their way to the grand prix in “Full Strike,” a Hong Kong comedy that’s more acrobatic caper than motivational sports film…
Commentators who wondered if Roseanne Barr’s 2012 presidential candidacy was a joke may still have their doubts after “Roseanne for President!” This authorized portrait doesn’t do much to suggest…
James Franco works so prolifically these days that he's bound to repeat himself now and again: In "The Adderall Diaries," for example, he chalks up his second performance this year as an emotionally…
Much more of a downer than "Searching for Sugar Man" — but also less daffy than last year's "The Identical," of which it sometimes plays like a docu version — the film poses disquieting questions…
Nothing aired by WikiLeaks could possibly be more destructive to Sony's reputation than the release of "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2," the sort of movie that goes beyond mere mediocrity to offer possible…
Bao Nguyen's Tribeca-opening "Live From New York!," despite some judiciously chosen excerpts from great comic bits, turns out to be as much a collection of sound-bites as one might expect from the…