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  • Alan Rickman happy to bring 'A Little Chaos' into his life

    Alan Rickman happy to bring 'A Little Chaos' into his life
    Nearly 20 years ago, British actor Alan Rickman fulfilled a dream shared by many in his profession — he directed a feature film. He helmed 1997's "The Winter Guest," a critically acclaimed drama starring the real-life mother and daughter Phyllida...
  • Following Rory Culkin and 'Gabriel' on a fraught mission

    Following Rory Culkin and 'Gabriel' on a fraught mission
    In "Gabriel," Rory Culkin's titular character is a fidgety, touchy, determined young man eager for an independence and adult fulfillment that we gradually realize over the course of writer-director Lou Howe's debut feature he'll likely never have. A...
  • 'Into the Grizzly Maze' takes weak swipe at nature-kills story

     'Into the Grizzly Maze' takes weak swipe at nature-kills story
    The makers of the bear rampage movie "Into the Grizzly Maze" couldn't have announced their influences more clearly if they'd named their movie "Claws": a small town terrorized, concerned citizens (James Marsden's ex-con prodigal son, Thomas Jane's eco-...
  • Clarity, cohesion elude 'Strongest Man'

    Clarity, cohesion elude 'Strongest Man'
    Strongest Man, Terrence Malick, Kenny Riches, Robert Lorie, Lisa Banes, Paul Chamberlain, immigration With languorous slow-motion montages and soulful voice-over narrations, "The Strongest Man" might seem like an homage to Terrence Malick. But the...
  • 'Ten Bullets' hits hard at racial profiling and Stand Your Ground laws

    A documentary that shouldn't have to be made, about a law that needn't exist, explored via a crime that could have been avoided: "31/2 Minutes, Ten Bullets" is a thought-provoking, mournful experience, perhaps more so in the wake of the killings in...
  • 'Batkid' relives the 2013 feel-good event in San Francisco

     'Batkid' relives the 2013 feel-good event in San Francisco
    Miles Scott is easy to fall for. Endearingly good-natured and shy, the 5-year-old leukemia survivor got his strut on, as his somewhat amazed farmer dad puts it, one fall day in 2013 when the Make-A-Wish Foundation realized the boy's superhero dreams....
  • 'Gone Doggy Gone' serves up ripe humor that wears thin quickly

     'Gone Doggy Gone' serves up ripe humor that wears thin quickly
    A dog-napped teacup terrier proves better behaved than the hyper humans pursuing it in "Gone Doggy Gone," a shrill satire co-directed and written by Kasi Brown and Brandon Walter. They play workaholic, dysfunctional Los Angeles couple Abby (Brown) and...
  • Are there Oscars for dogs? Carlos is the evocative star of 'Max'

     Are there Oscars for dogs? Carlos is the evocative star of 'Max'
    Co-writer and director Boaz Yakin's "Max" pulls the Lassie story out of the 1950s and plants it squarely in post-9/11 America. Marine Kyle Wincott (Robbie Amell) is a specialist working in the Middle East with Max, a German shepherd sniffing out weapons...
  • Stick with 'La Sapienza'; it'll teach you to look up

    Stick with 'La Sapienza'; it'll teach you to look up
    On the surface, writer-director Eugène Green's film "La Sapienza" is slow, strange and awkward — but stick with it and it may win you over. The film follows the struggles of French architect Alexandre (Fabrizio Rongione) and his wife, Alienor...
  • 'Saugatuck' spoof misses the mark

    Some lowbrow bathroom humor aside, "Saugatuck Cures" commences like a Lifetime movie in which Maggie (Judith Chapman), proprietor of a bed-and-breakfast in the titular bucolic Michigan town, presides over Thanksgiving dinner with dutiful gay son, Drew...
  • 'The Little Death' arouses interest as much as it disappoints

    'The Little Death' arouses interest as much as it disappoints
    No sexual fantasy goes unpunished — or at least greatly mismanaged — in the dark Aussie comedy "The Little Death." Writer-director-actor Josh Lawson takes on romantic ennui, fetishism, commitment phobia, couples counseling and more with...