An offbeat coming-of-ager set among one of China's biggest minorities, the Miao, "Lala's Gun" makes up in verismo detail what it lacks in narrative drama.
Berlin Film Festival
Pic's first half keeps auds guessing whether the protag is also the rapist, but the characters don't credibly mix.
Life imitates art imitating life in James D. Stern and Adam Del Deo's heartfelt doc, "Every Little Step," tracking the audition process of director Bob Avian's 2006 Broadway revival of "A Chorus…
The short life of Pedro Zamora, the famously outspoken AIDS activist and "The Real World: San Francisco" subject who died before the 1994 season finale aired on MTV, is effectively dramatized in Nick…
Another legendary 1970s-era concert sees the light of day through the miracle of technology in the joyously funky docu "Soul Power."
Forsaking his prior gay themes, writer-director Ryosuke Hashiguchi's first feature in seven years examines a marriage between two unremarkable individuals that endures, despite no lack of potential…
With a constituency limited to anyone who eats, "Food, Inc." is a civilized horror movie for the socially conscious, the nutritionally curious and the hungry.
Advertised in Quebec (where it opens Sept. 26) as a wacky comedy about a rampaging child terror, "It's Not Me, I Swear!" is in fact a bittersweet portrait of one prepubescent kid acting out against…
Both Musically and visually sumptuous, "It Might Get Loud" is a three-headed, amped-up, guitar-shredding slamdown powered by a pan-generational trio of rock gods -- Led Zeppelin vet Jimmy Page, U2's…
Two resilient little sisters bear up as best they can when their desperate mom dumps them with relatives in So Yong Kim's "Treeless Mountain," which finds the "In Between Days" filmmaker shifting…
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