Multihyphenate Leland Orser inspires more grudging respect for his austere storytelling than emotional empathy for his anguished characters in "Morning."
Too many stretches of "Wedding Palace" are so garishly lit and broadly overplayed that they seem more cartoonish than the actual animated sequences that pepper the live-action production.
Sarah McCarthy's absorbing documentary focuses on a Middle American couple's adoption of three Russian children.
An attention-grabbing performance by Hunter Page-Lochard is the major selling point of Sarah Spillane's cliche-ridden high school-set drama.
Although involving on a scene-to-scene basis, Erik Skjoldbjaerg's '80s-set Norwegian thriller is curiously muted in impact.
Despite the familiarity of its tale about recriminations, revelations and reconciliations, Laila Marrakchi's family drama is consistently engaging and frequently amusing.
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.