"Off Label" is a pretentiously poetic docu-mosaic whose choices appear to have been made for pseudo-artistic rather than principled reasons.
Walter Mathews, stage, film, and TV actor, died of natural causes in Mountain Center, Calif., on April 28. He was 85.
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Opening May 9 at Gotham's Film Forum, this deconstructive pic never wields Sebald's subversive power but follows evocatively in his wake.
There's nothing quite like having murderous thieves on your trail to get those dysfunctional-family issues resolved in a hurry, as a Texas family discovers in "Transit."
Repackaging footage reportedly inaccessible for decades, "The Beatles: The Lost Concert" presents what's billed as the Fab Four's only available complete live show.
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The band turned up the energy and the volume with aplomb, hitting just about all of the right notes in a genial, not-too-glossy 90-minute set.
This intimate character drama explores gay adoption rights, or rather the lack thereof, in 1970s Los Angeles without ever becoming preachy or pushing for contempo relevance.
Serviceable Indian actioner "Tezz" takes auds on a runaway train ride through Blighty, with Japanese and Hollywood connections.
A portrait of an invisible man, "Herman's House" is a raised voice in the constitutional debate over solitary confinement, as well as a film about art: What would "dream home" mean to a man who's…
A mentally challenged punk band is the unusual subject of the unusually thoughtful "The Punk Syndrome."
Yale Summers, an actor who co-starred in jungle adventure series "Daktari" before becoming heavily involved in the activities of the Screen Actors Guild by producing the guild's awards show, among…