Docu accuses the U.S. medical establishment of willfully suppressing access to promising alternative cancer therapies.
If you're going to hatch a story with the logic of a farfetched erotic thriller, you might as well bring on the steamy sex. Yet bizarrely, there's no onscreen nudity or hanky-panky whatsoever in…
Results of this revenge tale are neither plausible, entertaining or pointed.
There's much to absorb here, some of it fascinating and powerful.
This prequel offers more of the same to somewhat diminished effect.
A son's-eye view of two iconic 20th-century American artists, painter Maynard Dixon and photographer Dorothea Lange.
A fictive take on the bombing of the U.S. Embassy in 1998 Nairobi and its lingering impact a decade later.
Gallic thesp Valerie Donzelli makes an auspicious jump to feature writing-directing with "The Queen of Hearts," an endearingly goofy spin on looking-for-love-in-the-big-city comedies.
Yet another portrait of family dysfunctionality climaxing in horrible holiday togetherness, "Fanny, Annie & Danny" exerts inevitable train-wreck fascination, even if writer-director Chris Brown's…
The Pacific Northwest looks spectacular, but nothing else feels organic about "The River Why."
"The Child Prodigy" portrays the life of "Canadian Mozart" Andre Mathieu, whose extraordinary early facility as a composer and pianist brought popular and critical success.