Pic is a classic example of urgent, righteous-indignation agitprop cinema that succeeds in being not just angry, but art.
Documentary is a less-than-electrifying account of an electrifying election.
A surprisingly stylish and confident high-concept thriller.
Generic sports movie/poor-boy-makes-good fable employs every treadless cliche on the track.
When they began writing "The Oranges," Ian Helfer and Jay Reiss had been friends for 15 years but had never worked together.
This year's Sundance winner, "Precious: Based on the Novel 'Push' by Sapphire," is Geoffrey Fletcher's first produced feature script (under pseudonym Damien Paul). "But the irony," he says, "is that…
Could cut out a new constituency for a genre usually devoted to purely escapist entertainment.
A fully baked Gaelic nutroll of a comedy confected from equal parts "Pleasantville," "The Quiet Man" and the old "Carry On" comedies.
A romance of Palestinian origin that avoids making an argument about Middle East politics.
Poised to be the singing-and-dancing rainstorm after the drought, "New York" is the first major Bollywood release after last year's strike, but it's hardly business as usual.
Pic crosses the border between the standard portrayal of U.S.-Mexico relations.