Winner of the Slamdance docu jury award, "American Jihadist" doesn't have a remotely clear view of its subject.
A big carnival of media and politics swirls around farmer when he announces plans to kill himself.
Docu spills the beans on the inventor of the Jelly Belly, David Klein.
Dirt-biker docu is driven by the true-life tragicomedy of overgrown boys spinning their wheels.
Rich story of a man who has devoted his life to uplifting poor women through collateral-free "microloans."
C.K. riffs on American idiocy in a way that's exhaustingly funny if you're into it at all.
Play-by-play covers psychological moves more than physical ones; a pic that stretches past sports.
Tale of neighbors feuding over a newly constructed window between them isn't enough to redeem pic.
Instructive, awkwardly structured docu about the former Soviet Union's ethnic cleansing.
Bryan Poyser's post-mumblecore comedy is witty only on occasion, but it lingers in the mind.
Sparked by great perfs from Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo, "The Kids Are All Right" is alright.