Joel Schumacher's Sundance debut can't decide if it's a cautionary tale or a lifestyle catalog.
Docu pits the fight to legalize gay marriage against the fund-raising power of the Mormon Church.
A raucously entertaining postmodern survey of guerrilla street art that folds back on itself.
A much-mellowed Juan Pablo Escobar has abandoned all thoughts of revenge.
A hilarious Jonah Hill plays a co-dependent son unwilling to share his mother's attention.
A film for all the men who've considered skipping that lap dance and adopting the stripper instead.
A let-down second feature from "Eagle vs. Shark" director Taika Waititi.
Pic documents in tantalizing detail the twist-filled true story of a young man fooled by Facebook.
Last summer, Martin Scorsese took LACMA's Michael Govan to task after the org announced plans to shutter its film program.
Niche-oriented pic about ventriloquists is played more for drama than laughs or cult appeal.
Sundance has always been a place for low-budget films.