Directed by and starring the legendary Billy Crystal, Here Today seems guilty of trying too hard.
The Water Man is a deftly handled pic that trumpets love and understanding, even in the face of onrushing grief.
Jason Statham’s Wrath of Man might be about family—or, at least, about avenging them—but it’s certainly not for family.
I was surprised by the redemptive messages I found—along with a bunch of severed demon heads.
Limbo is both silly and serious, delightful and, at times, despairing. That’s not an easy mix to get right.
Triumph is a story set in the ‘80s about a young man with cerebral palsy who overcame every obstacle thrown …
Walking With Herb (screened by Fathom Events at theaters nationwide April 30, May 1 and May 3) left me scratching …
Heart-snatching, entrail-spilling, limb-hacking, body-splitting Mortal Kombat gore flows unabated.
It’s violent and crass and profane, of course. And it still manages to be very dull and tedious anyway.
This gruesome, unsettling horror pic mixes pagan mysticism, science, witchy ritual and torn flesh.