This fun if unmemorable occult thriller sports — all too faithfully at times — both the typical pleasures and shortcomings of the grade-B '80s movies it pays homage to.
An election year when such issues — not to mention the prominence of women in politics — are more visible than ever makes it the perfect moment for "Political Animals."
"100-year-old lovebirds" Bryoungman Jo and Gyeyeul Chang are already sorta famous for their devotional longevity when we first glimpse them after 75 years of marriage.
Remy Auberjonois' polished feature debut provides an impressive showcase for co-scenarist Kate Nowlin as a career Marine derailed by PTSD upon return to civilian life.
"I'm here to free my parents from The Pits!" proclaims one character late in sci-fi actioner "Andron"--but no one saves the viewer from that same fate.
This semi-improvised indie, shot on location with non-pros, manages to feel considerably more genuine and relevant than most attempts to say something "real" about modern teenagers.
This first feature from helmer Jane Gull and scenarist Duncan Paveling is an enterprising indie that would've benefited from a slightly longer runtime.
The un-heartwarming story of two real-life little girls who nearly stabbed a classmate to death because they thought it would please a fictive bogeyman who's gained recent traction online.
This caper documentary investigates an embarrassing scandal that rocked the world of highest-end wine collectors and left as many as 40,000 "fake" bottles still circulating in their milieu.
Veteran documentarian Brendan J. Bryne's feature does an excellent job contextualizing this famous chapter for viewers not already steeped in modern Irish history.
"The Last Laugh" asks the non-musical question—well, unless you're talking about "The Producers"—"Can Nazis and the Final Solution ever be funny? Should they be joked about?"
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions