Enterprising indie ambitiously mounts a period-dress espionage tale within very slim means.
Stays true to mumblecore form in charting some aimless hours between San Franciscan twentysomethings who probably aren't right for each other.
A competently handled but thoroughly conventional tearjerker that has "telepic" written all over it.
A 12-year-old girl's whimsical determination to become a filmmaker is chronicled in "Zombie Girl."
Left Coast choreographer Anna Halprin has her long career and indefatigable personality ably profiled by Swiss director Ruedi Gerber.
This mostly labored exercise finds the shtick running thin, more than ever seeming an excuse to indulge a stock company of pals.
Raunchy and clever satire of modern mores that's inoffensive enough to please all but the prudish.
Somewhat departs from the series' gay spin on the raunchy teen sex comedy in favor of semi-sincere romantic comedy
This muscular yet monotonous "Kane" just isn't much fun.
Film has some bright ideas and an appealing cast that only fly so high due to pedestrian execution.
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