Moody, poetic and a cinch to draw moody, poetic people to the arthouse.
Most of 'Avatar's' images were created via CGI, shedding new light on d.p.'s role.
It's a laid-back apocalypse we find in "One Hundred Mornings."
Surprisingly edgy morality play about a fallen woman, served up in a kind of Old Testament slo-mo.
Docu does real justice to the Beat writer, gun nut and literary icon.
Bio skews a bit triumphal, perhaps, but it's an even-handed history.
Beautiful women beating the hell out of each other is a pretty marketable hook.
"Night Catches Us" recalls the racially angry atmosphere of mid-'70 Philadelphia.