"The Informers" is a faithful adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis' novel.
As the anatomy of a murder, "211: Anna" -- named for the 211th Russian journalist to die since the Soviet Union's collapse -- goes far beyond the body in question to explore a nation's innards over…
Grainy, well-acted film gains immeasurably from vivid use of New York locations.
"CSA: The Confederate States of America" director Kevin Willmott shifts his genre revisionism from the documentary to the oater in "The Only Good Indian," retaining his interest in the injustices of…
Though pregnant with possibility, "Motherhood" fails to deliver. As a sleepless, serially blogging, financially strapped, generally embittered Manhattan mom of two, Uma Thurman looks convincingly…
In "Wounded Knee," ace historical documaker Stanley Nelson ("Jonestown") frames the 1973 standoff between American Indian activists and U.S. federal agents as a culminating event in the 400-year…
"Reporter" bears witness to the work of New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof.
Burrows into the thin and darkly funny spaces between artistry and vanity.
"Black Dynamite" tips its frilly pimp hat to early '70s African-American action pics.
Family ties help and hinder Emily and Sarah Kunstler's docu portrait of their confoundingly chameleonic lawyer dad.