Cutter Hodierne makes an accomplished feature debut with this very well-crafted, empathetic hijacking drama.
Jeremiah Zagar's documentary strenuously argues that excessive media frenzy prejudiced the outcome of the Pamela Smart trial.
Todd Douglas Miller's engrossing documentary covers the triumphant discovery -- and government seizure -- of the world's largest, most complete T-Rex skeleton.
Strife and sexual humor reign in this energetic romp, one of Bill Plympton's best longform animated works.
Although it offers no great surprises, this leisurely tale of two best friends who develop a mutual attraction is a well-crafted, engaging effort.
Mary Fishman's admiring, workmanlike documentary chronicles the activism of many American nuns over the past 50 years.
This serviceable 'Harry Potter' imitation should pass the time tolerably for fans of British author G.P. Taylor's young-adult trilogy.
This brutally monotonous actioner centers around an all-female fight-to-the-death contest, but viewers of either gender may find themselves dying of boredom.
The dramatic destination isn't entirely convincing, but Geoff Marslett's loose-limbed character study proving consistently interesting along the way.
Blair Erickson's effectively creepy horror-thriller makes good use of the otherwise overexposed found-footage device.
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