An unabashedly corny but occasionally stirring dramedy.
At least twice during "The Ride," documaker Meredith Danluck's behind-the-scenes look at competitors, entertainers and other participants on the Professional Bull Riders circuit, announcers warn…
A sprawling but amusing CliffsNotes-like history of various disreputable subgenres.
Jeanette Maier's real-life misadventures have been so borderline incredible that she already has inspired a sensationally titled TV movie.
"Thunder Soul" offers a heaping helping of uplift.
Judicious trimming could tighten the focus and maximize the audience potential.
Neither as inside-baseballish as one might have feared nor as revelatory as one might have hoped, "Saturday Night" sustains interest as a semi-anthropological view of the weeklong creative frenzy…
A uniquely satisfying entertainment that may nonetheless pose formidable marketing challenges.
Indie feels like a semi-autographical effort of a filmmaker trying to work out issues in her art.
It's tempting, and not entirely inaccurate, to describe "Barry Munday" as "Knocked Up Lite."
This ain't no party, this ain't no disco, this ain't no humdrum concert documentary.