Technically, art forger Mark Landis doesn't appear to have broken any laws, and even if he had, this charitable docu seems more admiring than reproachful of the eccentric con artist.
Imagine going in to "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" completely blind. For those lucky audiences, Electro is probably the least shocking thing about the web-slinger's sequel. (Spoilers ahead!)
Shot on a Red digital camera but clearly intended as a silver-nitrate noir, Noah Buschel's "Glass Chin" is a throwback to an earlier era.
Nearly a decade after "Junebug," the pic's North Carolina scribe makes the transition to directing with another gently relatable, regionally inclined dramedy, this one concerning a semi-oblivious…
Over the past 13 years, the Tribeca Film Festival has shifted its geographic footprint several times, during which the programming has been similarly all over the map. These days, it feels like the…
Mystery scribe Laura Lippman worked as a journalist before shifting her focus to fiction, just as filmmaker Amy Berg ("Deliver Us From Evil," "West of Memphis") began in documentaries before adapting…
The pleasure of watching Patrick Stewart navigate his first juicy gay character since "Jeffrey" propels Stephen Belber's otherwise play-it-straight "Match."
"Murder of a Cat" is that rare post-"Little Miss Sunshine" laffer that could actually stand to be quirkier.
For anyone who's ever wondered whether "the right one" might be somewhere out there waiting for you, Joss Whedon has the answer in the form of a supernatural soap opera so first-drafty, only the…
With "The Dark Knight Rises," audiences never got a good look at Tom Hardy's face. In "Locke," that's practically all they see. A tight, tense one-man show that unfolds virtually in real time from…
Aspiring novelist Brian Bloom (Anton Yelchin) receives nothing but rejection letters from publishers, but when it comes to romance, he has considerably better luck, earning coy encouragement from a…