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.
Shaggy-dog story is casually cheeky and frankly celebratory.
"Brotherhood" achieves the sweaty-palmed intensity of classic film noir.
"Kick-Ass" most certainly does.
Less a conventional concert pic than a hagiographic homemovie.
A funny, frothy mix of pep, pop and wink-wink naughtiness.
Few folks who buy tickets will dislike this predictable but pleasant comedic fantasy.
"Mamachas del Ring" is intended as an ode to feisty-spirited cholitas who yearn to compete in the male-dominated world of professional wrestling.