Some Florida lawmaker may be hellbent on only luring "family friendly" movies to the Sunshine State, but if filmmakers want to make darker pictures set in our state it seems like Puerto Rico can play the role of South Florida pretty well. More and more films are using the island as a cheaper d ... More >>
On paper, unsettling auteur Todd Solondz's latest flick, Life During Wartime, is a bizarre proposition. It's a sequel, of sorts, to his 1999 calling card, Happiness, with characters from his breakout film, Welcome to the Dollhouse, thrown in. Except every role is recast or, in s ... More >>
We learned from Towelhead.
Michael Cuesta's 12 and Holding piles on the adolescent misery
Todd Solondz has been a lot of things, but never preachy or dull -- till now
Sisters battle neuroses and each other in Lovely and Amazing
Storytelling continues Solondz's bluster of sex, rage, and insanity