Film reps a ponderous, self-indulgent cri de coeur from its helmer.
Story told in this California-set indie should resonate with anyone who has ever had an abusive partner.
The Cannes Critics Week preem of "Jellyfish" marks another triumph for Israel, strongly represented on the Croisette this year with three films in official sections. Debuting feature co-helmers Etgar…
Three years after winning Cannes' top prize, Michael Moore returns to the Croisette with more polemics-as-performance-art in "Sicko," an affecting and entertaining dissection of the American health…
Reinstatement of the U.S. draft forces three friends to confront their conflicting attitudes toward the war on terror in indie meller "Day Zero." Feature bow of director Bryan Gunnar Cole has a…
As contradictory progress-reports on the Iraq war bombard Americans 24/7, the grimly fascinating docu "I Am an American Soldier" should be required viewing for all government lawmakers. Remarkably…
The remarkable career of comics pioneer and graphic artist Will Eisner (1917-2005) gets a surprisingly flat recounting in Andrew D. Cooke's feature docu bow. Film incorporates a surfeit of materials…
A bright but awkward college student learns to confront his fears and do the right thing in "The Education of Charlie Banks," a solid American indie that falls just short of earning top marks.
Although it's soccer in the U.S. and football everywhere else, a love for the game proves one of the few common denominators on the planet. Exciting, inspiring pic could score the hat trick of niche…