Amiably sketchy Willie Nelson doc is more of an affectionate tribute than an in-depth portrait.
A deliberately paced, dialogue-heavy ghost story in the style of Eisenhower-era B-pics.
An engagingly offbeat comedy that respects its characters too much to push too hard for easy laugh.
The cinematic equivalent of a light but tasty snack.
Enjoyably upbeat, intelligently inspiring study of a volunteer coach and his young football players.
The biggest laughs and revelations are provided offstage in this slickly produced look at Conan O'Brien's cross-country tour.
An inspirational drama that ranks among the better religious-themed indies released in recent years.
This is not quite "Big Momma's House: The Musical." But maybe it should have been.
A straight-from-the-heart indie that renders in primary colors a sympathetic portrait of a Muslim-American college freshman beset by an identity crisis on the eve of 9/11.
An efficient, cable-ready docu that takes an up-close view of Arab-American high schoolers, parents, coaches and educators in Dearborn, Michigan.
A predictable but pleasant Mexican-American take on "Sense and Sensibility."