"Independence Day: Resurgence" leans so heavily on the success of its predecessor that it forgets to be good in its own right.
Documentary on Frank Zappa will leave you liking and respecting him, even if you were never a fan.
Here's a documentary where a doctor in early twentieth century America cured male impotence by inserting goat testicles into men. Bet you never read that sentence before.
A little Hart and a big Johnson indeed. This odd couple buddy comedy is more than meets the eye.
Henry Rollins upgrades what could have been a disaster of a film into something watchable, bordering on enjoyable.
Offbeat film with a bizarre premise: stay in a relationship or be turned into the animal of your choice. You have 45 days to comply.
Michael Caton shines as a cab driver determined to end his life on his own terms.
Sexuality and deception rule the day when a man inserts himself between a seemingly happy couple.
Giddily stupid and surprisingly self-aware, Popstar entertains without begging for our laughs.
Part II of the recently rebooted amphibian film franchise is perhaps even more off-putting and ugly than its predecessor.