A simple, universal parable played out in boldly imaginative (though not particularly high-tech) design terms, Brazilian animator Ale Abreu's second feature, "The Boy and the World," is an enchanting…
Purportedly Turkey's most expensive film production to date, "The Butterfly's Dream" offers a glossily romantic take on a story at least loosely derived from real life.
Jocelyn Towne writes, directs and stars in this middling dramedy about a daughter trying to connect with her amnesia-ridden dad.
"Rain Man" casts a long shadow that "The Odd Way Home" doesn't do enough to wriggle out from under, even if its leading characters' very similar dynamic takes place somewhat further down the economic…
Teens introduce elders to the joys of the Internet in this predictably cutesy, not especially vital documentary.
Randy Murray's "The Joe Show" provides an equally entertaining and infuriating overview of a very American self-made phenomenon.
An amusing, poignant, indulgent and discomfiting look into celebrity sitcom writer Dan Harmon's psyche.
A bizarre story gets an absorbing telling in Gabriel London's documentary.
This enjoyable ride should appeal to Alice Cooper's original fans, as well as those who came to him via the performers he influenced.
An engrossing closeup look at four criminally violent inmates at Ottawa's Brockville Mental Health Centre.