Takeshi Kitano doesn't try to do much new, but the results are so visually stunning, why quibble?
A classic example of style over substance.
Charles Ferguson's film is the definitive screen investigation of the global economic crisis.
Though vastly improved since its Sundance bow, Jim Morrison doc remains a rather unenlightened trip.
Miley Cyrus' sizable t(w)een audience will surely lend its ears to "The Last Song."
Neither cold nor hard, "CA$H!" is a low-key, borderline-boring dramedy about how money makes pathetic those along all points of the food chain.
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.