Eric Chaney's ultra-low-budget, semi-autobiographical debut feature follows two charmless teens through a summer of would-be love.
Fans of V.C. Andrews' best-selling potboiler “Flowers in the Attic” have been waiting more than 30 years for a faithful screen adaptation. They'll get that, but not much more from this lackluster…
This modest step up for Chicago-based filmmaker Mark Harris is a weak brew of light romance and heavy-handed messages.
This superficial and overly reverent portrait of avowed atheists Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss won't convert many.
This convoluted third film in a trilogy spun off from a popular Japanese TV series is alternately enchanting and exhausting.
This dramatically inert story of homeless youth reveals a fundamental lack of depth and urgency in its storytelling.
This miscalculated entry in the increasingly crowded field of docu-thrillers lacks the broad appeal to break out.
This modest, amiable documentary, about a trek across the Himalayas to raise climate-change awareness, should find a following among environmentalists and Eastern spirituality enthusiasts.
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