Hot on the heels of his riveting Scientology takedown "Going Clear," the ever-prolific Alex Gibney calls the much farther-reaching cult of Apple into question with "Steve Jobs: The Man in the…
Two young Muslim men balance their romantic attraction to each other with life in post-9/11 Brooklyn in "Naz & Maalik."
Having explored an illicit affair between a high-school instructor and student in "A Teacher," writer-director Hannah Fidell focuses on a doomed relationship of a rather more banal (if…
Writers of crime fiction are rarely as brutal or twisted as the characters they create. But meet Patricia Highsmith (1921-1995), by general agreement a foul-mouthed misanthrope who spent decades…
Well timed in light of the unveiling of the Apple Watch, the sophomore feature "Creative Control" reps a big step forward for its cowriter-director, Benjamin Dickinson, following his promising "First…
Often treated in film as an adjunct to LGBT experience, bisexuality gets measured, sensitive consideration in the Chilean coming-out drama "In the Grayscale."
A flattering, entertaining and (natch) funny portrait of a comic talent remaking himself from pop-tart celebrity to (still funny) political commentator-slash-agitator.
While "Uncle Kent 2" ekes out a few funny moments over its brief running time, the movie is far less formally accomplished than Richard Kelly's similar end-of-the-world chronicles — or even the…
A documentary celebration of the Roland TR-808 drum machine — arguably the most seminal individual instrument to come along since the Fender Stratocaster — Alexander Dunn's "808" attempts to bolster…
South Africa is indubitably the star of Alain Choquart's handsome post-apartheid melodrama "Ladygrey," even as the country's role in the pic's snaking, distracted narrative never quite comes into…