Writer-director Chris Fisher flirts with over-the-top exaggeration so often during "Meeting Evil" that auds might wish he'd gone all the way and dialed everything up to 11.
Writer-director Don Handfield fails to score with "Touchback," a lightweight and overlong feel-good drama that plays like a mashup of "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Friday Night Lights."
This well-crafted but heartrendingly grim pic probably will have to rely almost exclusively on ancillary tributes to reach a wider audience.
Documaker Mark Meatto strikes an effective balance between focusing on ambitious musicianship and stealing sidelong glances at internecine tensions in "How to Grow a Band."
Affecting performances and effective storytelling are the hallmarks of actor Matthew Lillard's debut effort as a feature director.
An infectiously joyful account of a whistle-stop tour by three appealing folk-pop ensembles.
When a documentary begins with its subject using his crutch to deliver a vicious blow to the director's nose, it's reasonably safe to expect less-than-smooth sailing ahead.
Yet another attempt to mix raunchy excess and romantic-comedy sweetness in an anything-goes raucous farce, "The Babymakers" offers a few big laughs between ho-hum stretches of frenetic vamping.
Documentarian Patrick Forbes makes an obvious effort to maintain balance and objectivity in "WikiLeaks: Secrets and Lies," his lucid and comprehensive account of what was arguably the most…
Niche fests and cable networks will be the most hospitable environs for "Waiting for Lightning," a slickly produced, unabashedly celebratory pic about professional skateboarder Danny Way.
Although it traffics freely in stereotypes and sitcom-style one-liners, "Gayby" is never less than likable as it tackles the complications that arise when a straight thirtysomething woman attempts to…