With its wry humor and fantastic mix of music and images, this rockumentary could carve out a solid theatrical niche.
A darkly comic evocation of communist absurdities circa 1989, “The Color of the Chameleon” follows the fortunes of an amoral, almost Tom Ripley-esque opportunist and his initially state-decreed…
Cindy Kleine pays tribute to her famed theater-director hubby in "Andre Gregory: Before and After Dinner," with thoroughly delightful results.
Good character animation, strong voice thesping and a fully engrossing storyline elevate "Day of the Crows" well above the usual run of animated kid-friendly fare. Charming without undue whimsy…
Plausibility takes a back seat to laughs in Shannon Plumb's debut feature "Towheads," which works better as a series of well-conceived, impeccably timed and executed physical gags, with light…
The latest in a line of documentaries decrying the destruction of viable working-class businesses and residential neighborhoods in Brooklyn, Su Friedrich's film bypasses sadness and indignation for…
In "The Other Side of the Ice," adventurer-documentarian Sprague Theobald, along with his formerly fractured, now-reunited family, sets out on a powerboat to navigate the Northwest Passage, a feat…
Craig Rosebraugh's docu "Greedy, Lying Bastards" covers ground well-traveled by environmental exposes from "An Inconvenient Truth" to "The Island President."
Craig Rosebraugh's docu "Greedy, Lying Bastards" covers ground well-traveled by environmental exposes from "An Inconvenient Truth" to "The Island President." Rosebraugh, however, focuses less on the…
The genius at the center of Gregory Marquette's well-illustrated docu "Genius on Hold" is Walter Shaw, inventor of the speakerphone, call-forwarding and conference calls, among other communications…
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media