The secret talks that precipitated the end of apartheid are recounted crisply in "Endgame."
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Too smart/arty for the slasher set, and too violent for high-brows, "Bronson" may have a tough time finding its niche, although it has "cult hit" written all over it.
Well-observed study of an affluent family's grief and rebirth after a tragic accident.
"Black Dynamite" tips its frilly pimp hat to early '70s African-American action pics.
Jim Carrey stars as a character so criminal and gay it will leave auds both laughing and stunned.
The Lizard King is a bummer in Tom DiCillo's inane documentary ode to Jim Morrison and the Doors.
"Cold Souls" posits a world in which humans can have their souls implanted in each others' bodies.
A brave, affecting turn by Ashley Judd cuts through the overall torpor of "Helen."
Despite its handsome look, the story stretches a bit thin over feature length.
A visually mangy but frequently hilarious low-budgeter.
Maudlin sentiment, miserablist humor and scatological sight gags are affectionately but awkwardly molded together in a glum tale of friendship between two very unlikely pen pals.