Too much melodrama limits the laughs in this screwball comedy poking fun at gay conversion therapy.
Wim Wenders' gorgeous and necessary documentary matches its content: the beautifully brutal black-and-white social documentary photography of Brazilian-born, French-speaking Sebastiao Salgado.
This is not the usually the walking dead/zombie movie that you might have been expecting. "Maggie" stars Arnold Schwarzenegger in perhaps the best role of his career -- you will devour this flick!
This, the fifth installment in the "Mission: Impossible" movie franchise, hardly sweats small stuff like motive or real-word logic, focusing instead on taking us on a fast-paced, globe-spanning thrill ride. Just roll with it.
With luck, this film, and "Fed Up" before it, will hasten the day when shoppers have more healthful options. Until then, we've still got the produce aisle...
A biopic of the strange life of the famous Brazilian author and songwriter Paulo Coehlo whose book "The Alchemist" has consistently remained an international bestseller.
The film follows its three heroines -- new girl Caroline Bender (Hope Lang), part-time actress Gregg Adams (Suzy Parker), and the inexperienced April Morrison (Diane Baker) -- through engagements, affairs, and breakups.
As light as a feather and as frothy as a soft drink, the direction imbues each image with the girl's own youthful vigor.
The lightweight, local news feature-style approach isn't necessarily bad. But there isn't anything good about it.
"The iceberg that is Chris Farley" is plumbed in this bittersweet and engaging documentary about the 33-year-old who overdosed in 1997, airing August 10 on Spike TV.