Picking up where "Women in Trouble" left off, Sebastian Gutierrez's second entry in his proposed "Elektra" trilogy continues the ditsy adventures of his intrepid porn-star heroine.
An extraordinary if belated addendum to his epic, nine-hour "Shoah," Claude Lanzmann's "Karski Report" consists of passages omitted from the 1985 film.
A moody, socially conscious drama tracing the aftermath of the Srebrenica massacre, in which some 8,000 Bosnian Muslim boys and men were slaughtered.
An intelligent, revealing if conventional bio-doc of the famed Yiddish writer.
An oddball hybrid of porn film and message movie.
A sprightly, pedestrian romantic comedy whose utter predictability feels more cozy than disappointing.
A poorly written, unevenly thesped, family-friendly tale of redemption.
Minimalist black comedy exerts a low-energy, dread-tinged fascination that intrigues rather than wows.
A fest piece fueled by the wide-eyed energy of its irrepressible, gay, Jewish composer-arranger-singer-pianist-accordionist, docu hits multiple demographic bases.
A documentary constructed for maximum suspense and mind-boggling surrealism.
Jonathan Winters deserves better than this supposedly droll mockumentary.