A buoyant teenage caper that has at least as much in common with John Hughes-style high school comedies as it does with most 'hood narratives involving drugs, gangs and crime.
Translating tricky source material to the screen with flying colors, thesp Marielle Heller's feature directorial debut manages to plunge into the busy sex life of a 15-year-old girl without growing…
A tete-a-tete between two writers that was acclaimed in book form fails to translate effectively to the screen in "The End of the Tour."
This adventuresome, unclassifiable feature will be most suited to artscaster slots and niche download sales after it tours the fest circuit.
There's light diversion but little substance in a broad, bland tale of two grumpy old men making a predictable hash of their effort to hike the Appalachian Trail.
Experimental in its docu/narrative hybrid yet emotionally accessible, this beguiling meditation should win over more adventurous viewers and programmers.
Charts the earliest days of Greenpeace as a group of Vancouver-based "eco-freaks" improvised their way into starting a global movement.
A very colorful life story vividly told via a mix of plentiful archival materials, reenactment, and interviews with surviving colleagues.
Pic recalls "The Music Lovers"-era Ken Russell in deeming no dramatic or aesthetic stroke too broad to depict the fevered internal and external lives of artistic geniuses.
One of the least hand-wringing movies ever made about a character with significant disabilities.