Checking in at the halfway point of the Season Seven of "RuPaul's Drag Race." And the temperature is luke-warm.
A Crowded Fire stages "Blackademics," looks at two teachers, both black women, but completely different in every other way.
The values of this movie reflect middle-class American culture far more than they expose any insight into the realities of nature, but the extraordinarily beautiful cinematography of "Monkey Kingdom" is reason alone to see this film on the big screen.
What's it like growing up in the shadow of the Mafia? Writer/director/actor Pierfrancesco Diliberto's debut feature answers the question with a mix of deft comedy and commentary.
Urushadze's script doesn't try for subtlety, and nor does his direction, but he doesn't need to be subtle to make his point. "Tangerines" would make for a fine play, but it's also an effective, memorable movie.
The cyber-horror film "Unfriended" puts a genuinely suspenseful twist on the found-footage genre, and makes you think twice before you post something mean on Facebook again.
"The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts" series takes on sports legends Joe Garagiola and Hank Aaron alongside the notorious daredevil Evel Knievel in this three-episode collection of well-timed insults and put downs.
The film wants to feel important, and it flirts with being a procedural -- but it would have done better to stick with celebrating the slippery interface between facts and the human truths we construct from them.
Your favorite brassy, scandalous, and sexy comedian is back... and it's not Sarah Silverman or Whitney Cummings. This comedy central sketch show is on DVD with the first two seasons with bonus features that add a little humanity to the comedy.