Everybody's defying the odds in "Zoned In," an up-from-poverty striver story whose subject, Daniel "Sukie" Nartey II, makes it from the South Bronx to the Ivy League.
"Playing for Change" is a pan-global survey of varying styles of world music, is often so exhilarating, its neo-hippie utopianism doesn't seem so implausible.
A stirring recap of the World Court's attempt to come to terms with a man whose single act of decency, it seems, was to die mid-trial, ending his attempt to twist civilization to his own legal ends.
Little more than a longform PSA about the horrors of life in AIDS-ridden Malawi, one that asks many questions without providing answers.
Helmer Julie Checkoway's pic will pique the interest of enough specialty auds to ensure a solid arthouse life.
As unassuming and subtle as some of the 500-pound drag queens that pirouette through it, "SqueezeBox!" celebrates, with in-your-face insistence, its title nightclub, which existed (incongruously…
Playing a negligent mother isn't usually the way to get ahead in the acting biz, but the elfin Michelle Monaghan must have seen "Trucker" as her vehicle out of the ingenue parking lot of sidekicks…
Life is a river -- one clogged with vehicular traffic and bustling humans who fail to see the commonalities between them -- according to Mark Street's arty docu, which is personal to the point of…
"The Wild Man of the Navidad" mixes homage with horror for a pretty potent dose of movie moonshine.
With the popularity of poker being what it is, every movie may eventually be moved to the card table: "Ante Mame." "Deck Tracy." "Flush Gordon." Sam Spade will make a huge comeback.