Naomi Jaye's excruciatingly slow two-hander follows a pair of nameless Jewish teenagers who seek refuge during WWII.
Long but somewhat lacking in insight, John Mulholland's dual-focus documentary examines Gary Cooper and Ernest Hemingway as figures from a bygone era of laconic masculinity.
Writer-director Shana Betz draws on her own experience as a drug runner's daughter in this laid-back '70s period piece.
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The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner1Weekend:$32.5M
A Walk Among the Tombstones
A Walk Among the Tombstones2Weekend:$13.1M
This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
Part music docu, part travelogue and part ecological advocacy film, Maxine Trump's feature loses focus as it progresses, though its insights into guitar making, forestry harvesting and environmental…
Konstantin Khabensky gives a fascinating performance as an alcoholic loser in Alexander Veledinsky's oddly endearing third feature.
Wladyslaw Pasikowski's controversial drama about the 1941 massacre of Jews in a Polish village frames Holocaust atrocities in problematic genre terms.
Harvey Hubbell's informative documentary should be welcome in educational venues, despite a style by turns kitschy and intrusive.
This grim story of a 9-year-old Russian immigrant piles on one traumatic event after another in erratic fashion.
Dan Eberle pushes film noir to its subjective extreme with this well-acted, unpretentious story of a fatalistic ex-cop.
Andreas M. Dalsgaard's excellent urban-planning documentary should enthuse pedestrians, bike riders and public-space proponents everywhere.