Steve Kosareff looks for someone who can repair his decades-old Zenith television set in this amiable documentary.
A thought-provoking concept gets flat-footed execution in this drama about a Capture the Flag game gone wrong.
This sporadically amusing but unduly protracted dramedy devolves into a shameless tearjerker in its third act.
Despite an effective Jim Caviezel, this anecdotal drama never rises above the level of lightly likable.
A warmly celebratory portrait of the Washington Post illustrator who sometimes drew blood while drawing 13 successive U.S. presidents.
This tonally dissonant tale of sleeper North Korean agents biding time in a South Korean backwater isn't likely to find smooth sailing offshore.
An incredibly self-indulgent intro mars this boisterous and unabashedly raunchy concert pic featuring standup comic Kevin Hart.
A surprisingly non-shrill and sobersided documentary that is also unabashedly pro-gun ownership.
There's something curiously underwhelming about this latest and least installment in the cult-fave franchise.
Working on the reasonable assumption that people who attend film festivals are receptive to films about other films, SXSW programmers sprinkled the 2013 lineup with a number of biographical…