This fascinating documentary depicts avant-garde choreographer Elizabeth Strep as both visionary and ringmaster.
This deftly crafted documentary celebrates a country music dynasty — the Carter and Cash family.
A flat and forgettable genre exercise that seems less substantial than the low-budget '50s sci-fiers it recalls.
Yep, it's another movie about a struggling band. Nope, it's not half-bad.
Filmmaker Leah Meyerhoff makes a strong impression with her drama about a fantasy-prone teenage girl who mistakes a brooding bad boy for Prince Charming.
The details ring true and the performances are compelling in this indie drama about increasingly desperate drug addicts.
A low-key indie comedy that deftly mixes '70s attitudes and futuristic sci-fi.
This slow-burning, semi-improvised found-footage thriller offers clever twists and a killer payoff.
Robert Duvall does not go gentle into this enjoyable "Night."
Jon Favreau serves up a lightweight, high-calorie confection that may be an acquired taste.
A familiar yet compelling South Korean courtroom drama, propelled by Song Kang-ho's strong performance as an unlikely hero.