Everything Harry Dean Stanton has done in his career, and his life, has brought him to his moment of triumph in "Lucky," an unassumingly wonderful little film about nothing in particular and…
Ssure to develop a cult following amongst viewers in the same general age range as its protagonists, though don't expect their parents to approve.
Flat and sometimes downright laughable as a thriller, oddly skittish about embracing its horror aspects.
This OK action thriller sometimes veers uncomfortably close to women-in-prison exploitation terrain.
If in the final analysis this is an experiment that doesn't quite gel, it's still one that will be worth the risk taken for adventurous viewers.
This atmospheric and keenly observed feature captures with bittersweet lyricism the pathos of growing up subject to the whims of "free-spirit" grownups who themselves could use some truly adult…
There's plenty of wattage but little illumination in the latest groupthink by The Debate Society, the theater collective that spent seven years making "The Light Years," which tells twin stories of…
“I Am Another You” is a movie that could almost have been conceived and designed to play at SXSW. It's the second documentary directed by Nanfu Wang — though it was shot before her first, the…
Expanding upon his 2014 Sundance-launched feature, Justin Simien returns to Winchester U., where minorities raise their voices to be heard.
There seems to be no limit to the number of shows that comedians can make about themselves, and "Nobodies," premiering Monday at South by Southwest and later this month on TV Land, is yet another…
All too often in film and TV, rape is used as a plot device – a way for cable dramas to display their grittiness, a pretext for a campaign of vengeance, a hazily recollected backstory – but rarely is…