Sibling filmmakers Jon and Andrew Erwin occasionally strain credibility and test patience with "October Baby," their debut feature, but they're blessed with a lead player whose affecting performance…
Winner of a 2012 SXSW Film Festival audience award, "Brooklyn Castle" is an irresistibly uplifting doc about students at an inner-city junior high school who rank among the very best competitive…
Writer-director Ciaran Foy skillfully taps into primal fears and urban paranoia to keep his audience consistently unsettled in "Citadel," an intensely suspenseful horror-thriller that could scare up…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Scrupulously avoiding salaciousness and overstatement, "Eden" translates a true-life tale of human trafficking into an effectively low-key, arrestingly suspenseful drama.
There's no denying that writer-director Jordan Roberts earns a good number of laughs, and even some extended guffaws, with his crass romance about sex, lies and digital video.
A brazenly foul-mouthed but ultimately soft-hearted comedy of bad manners.
Multihyphenate Tyler Perry doffs his Madea disguise and attempts a plain-clothes dramatic lead role in his latest effort, "Good Deeds."
Obviously sincere but unremarkably bland, "Deep in the Heart" provides only a modest amount of uplift while recounting the true-life story of Richard Wallrath, a Texas businessman and philanthropist…
A scrappy documentary that compensates with involving storytelling for what it lacks in technical polish.
Like many ambitious experiments, Miller's mashup of semi-improvised drama and cinema-verite stylistics is only fitfully successful.
Unabashedly amateurish in conception and execution, "Bindlestiffs" nonetheless contains enough rude-and-crude humor to indicate modest potential as homevid and cable fodder.