An incredibly slick Jeff Bridges performance and a ravishing Michelle Pfeiffer light up the screen in this bittersweet conflict, The Fabulous Baker Boys
Some forty years after the cult original classic, the tepid Dark Night of the Scarecrow 2 goes through the motions with uneven writing and low-budget effects.
An engaging and revealing documentary about Jay Bennett, a musician who had a massive influence over Wilco's early output.
A tragic tale of teen romance and dramatic power, Liar's Moon features Matt Dillion's first starring role and Cindy Fisher as his beguiling love interest.
An intimate, warmhearted profile of a music legend with celebrity guest interviews and candid access to Brian Wilson himself.
Long, ponderous, and thoughtful, A Walk in the Sun represents the authentic war experience both at its most grueling and dull.
An intense, graphic indie prison thriller, Dark Blood stars John Leguizamo in a gritty performance.
Malta looks great, but that's the only positive in the infinitely dull Final Justice.
Astonishingly terrible, Dirty Laundry doesn't have a single successful gag that qualifies it as a comedy.
Broken Diamonds is a warm and tender indie drama about family members living with schizophrenic relatives.
The cult slasher House on Sorority Row has only grown in esteem and popularity since its 1983 debut.
One of the most memorable finishes from '80s horror turns the average genre flick One Dark Night into something special.