10 results for "Michael O'Sullivan"
The most important thing you need to know about the action comedy "Pain & Gain" is not that it's a Mark Wahlberg movie or a Dwayne Johnson movie, or even that it's inspired by real events.
The protagonist of "Lore," a powerful and haunting drama set in Germany immediately after the country's defeat in World War II, is a teenage girl.
'Chasing Ice" aims to accomplish, with pictures, what all the hot air that's been generated on the subject of global warming hasn't been able to do: Make a difference.
A quietly brilliant study in cognitive dissonance, "The Flat" is a documentary look at Holocaust denial, but not the kind you might think.
It isn't hard to imagine the intended audience for "Last Ounce of Courage."
Filmmaker Sarah Polley's "Take This Waltz" is the anatomy of a love triangle, in some ways reminiscent of her sensitive directorial debut, "Away From Her."
An epic dramatization of a little-known chapter of Mexican history called the Cristiada in which the country's Roman Catholics rebelled against a government crackdown on religion
There are a couple of real pleasures in "Men in Black 3," the third installment of the sci-fi adventure-comedy series about cops policing a shadow world of aliens living among us
When it comes to summer movies, there are the dark horses that are less easy to categorize. Defiant in their singularity, they include the surreal ("Ruby Sparks," "The Odd Life of Timothy Green") to films inspired by real eve...
It's easy to assume that Victor DeNoble, the tobacco-industry whistleblower at the center of the solid and watchable documentary "Addiction Incorporated," (opening today at the Crest) has got to be the same guy who inspired the sim...