Hindsight allows David France's stirring "How to Survive a Plague" a concise overview's clarity and an epic narrative shape, with a happy ending to boot.
Omnibus feature brings energy and diverse story ideas to the found-footage horror subgenre, but overstays its welcome at nearly two hours.
Hungry alien visitors try to make a meal out of a quaint Irish coastal village in "Grabbers," a comedy creature thriller that is a polished, watchable genre entertainment.
Pic doesn't rise much above sitcom level in material or execution, but provides enough laughs and goodwill to be disarmingly entertaining.
"Wrong" is a curious tale about a man searching for his dog in a suburban bubble where everything is a little askew.
Pic is an offbeat character study about a bodybuilder whose shyness leads him to look for an arranged bride in Thailand.
Though "Bridesmaids'" success last year made it clear dudes aren't the only ones who enjoy a good raunchy comedy, it's unlikely folks of any gender are going to get many laughs from charmless…
Musa Syeed's first narrative feature is a likably low-key docudrama set in an attractive area of politically turbulent Kashmir.
This competently crafted teen romance proves perilously short on substance, insight and novelty.
Writer-helmer Destin Daniel Cretton makes a well-crafted feature debut with this slender slice of life about a depressed indie rock up-and-comer's hectic week.
A winning musical detective story about a failed, forgotten early '70s rocker who became a huge success halfway across the world while presumed dead for decades.