A moving memorial to Internet whiz kid Aaron Swartz, "The Internet's Own Boy" may be the most emotionally devastating movie ever made about hacking and freedom of information.
Neither an indictment nor an endorsement, Greg Whiteley's profile of Mitt Romney is a refreshing departure from the combative tone of contemporary politics.
Charlie McDowell makes an incredibly assured directorial debut with this smart crowd-pleaser, featuring spectacular performances from Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss.
Jeff Baena's directorial debut is charming, thoughtful and laugh-out-loud funny.
Inner-city life gets a more optimistic treatment than usual in "Imperial Dreams," the bighearted yet surprisingly nuanced directorial debut of Malik Vitthal.
A hodgepodge of Western, sci-fi and Greek tragedy, "Young Ones" is certainly one of the more unique films at this year's Sundance Film Festival.
Discovery stakes a claim on scripted programming with the epic miniseries “Klondike,” and if the lavish production doesn't quite strike gold, it comes close enough to encourage further…
Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig give knockout performances as estranged siblings in Craig Johnson's character-driven crowdpleaser.
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…