Elliot, 31, a product of the Washington D.C. foster care system, has spent most of his life moving from place to place. When he is contacted by Matthew, a childhood friend from "the system"... See full summary »
Erik S. Weigel
Down and out in L.A.'s Valley, two longtime married, politically correct pornographers - played by Annette O'Toole and Lyn Vaus - are forced to confront the changes in their New Age values ... See full summary »
The military draft is back, three best friends are drafted and given 30 days to report for duty. In that time, they're forced to confront everything they believe about courage, duty, love, friendship and honor.
After the sudden death of her husband Carl in Iraq, Katie has isolated herself from the world. One afternoon, Philip, a soldier who served with Carl, arrives at her house with letters her ... See full summary »
About territory, power and trespassing the boundaries of the heart. Two old friends have a tough reunion. A victim of rape, finally leaves home. A thief is on the prowl. Their lives collide... See full summary »
Two exes take a dual-purpose road trip: allow Margaret (Catherine Kellner), a freelance photographer, to complete her assignment to check up on toxic waste sites along the U.S.-Canadian ... See full summary »
A year after Hurricane Katrina, Henry, a surgeon in the affluent Garden District of New Orleans, is attempting to get his life back on track. He is remarrying his ex-wife, renovating her ... See full summary »
Jason Butler Harner
Twelve Angry Men meets Silkwood in a suspenseful feature inspired by true stories, starring Lucie Arnaz (The Jazz Singer) and Elisabeth Moss (Girl Interrupted, Madmen). A young man ... See full summary »
Alyssa Rallo Bennett
Finding his only escape in music, Gil Blackwell (Broken English's Josh Hamilton) decides to leave his monotonous business life in Boston when his cousin dies in a car accident. Gil ignores ... See full summary »
Norbert Leo Butz,
We're introduced to lots of people, but all the mechanisms of film are used to enforce a protective distance between us and them instead of stripping either them or us.
While the script and characters are well and good enough as a base, the film can't seem to figure out what is or isn't important--and so neither can I.
Most disappointing, however, is the glaring lack of cinematic vision. Almost nothing at all is done visually, the camera work is pretty tepid (probably less than half a dozen interesting shots, and most of it looked downright PBS movie quality--and not in a good way), and a meandering and spotty dabbling with music that got me just interested enough to be half-puzzled, half-annoyed.
2 of 5 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this