Old-fashioned cowboys and lawmen still ride the range along the banks of the Rio Grande in "Western," the third feature-length documentary by the brothers Turner and Bill Ross.
Ryan Wise's docu pays bemusedly affectionate tribute to a no longer quite-so-buff rock god still doggedly pursuing stardom at age 60.
With its slippery, deftly woven narrative, Deraspe's doc could find an audience with the same viewers fascinated by "The Imposter" and "Catfish."
In what could almost be a Fort Greene, Brooklyn-based variation on Armistead Maupin's "Tales of the City" series, a trio of new bohemians are trying to get pregnant while fending off the distractions…
At a time when audiences are more friendly to raunch-coms than rom-coms, writer-director Leslye Headland tries to split the difference.
Midway through Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig's "Mistress America," the movie arrives at a long, zany set piece so inspired and brilliantly sustained that it alone would be worth the price of…
A bittersweet, beautifully textured road movie that feels like a conscious throwback to the lost souls and open highways of 1970s American cinema.
Urban legend has it that doctors in the region devised the code "Normal for Norfolk" — "NFN" for short — to describe the average mental state of the English county's supposedly eccentric…
A buoyant teenage caper that has at least as much in common with John Hughes-style high school comedies as it does with most 'hood narratives involving drugs, gangs and crime.
Save for a pesky snake problem, the Garden of Eden had a lot going for it, including lush greenery, a farm-to-table diet and a perfect male-female ratio.