A solid if not especially cinematic public-interest exhibit on how citizens are losing access to America's civil justice system.
Sundance Film Festival
A young Angeleno's brief rebellion against adult responsibility drives "The Lie."
Warmly engaging "Buck" is a portrait of the trainer whose remarkable way with equines provided a model for "The Horse Whisperer."
A beautifully intimate look at terminally ill patients who choose to end their lives painlessly and legally.
Offers some truly transcendent moments alongside a smattering of filler.
A slick but instantly forgettable item with tepid theatrical prospects.
A winning comedy that gets good-natured fun out of characters behaving quite badly.
Oscilloscope has nabbed rights in English-speaking territories to helmer Evan Glodell's directorial debut "Bellflower" with plans to release the pic Stateside this summer.
"Like Crazy," and "How to Die in Oregon" won the grand jury prizes for American films at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival awards ceremony on Saturday night.
Two documentary filmmakers infiltrate a mysterious cult in this taut, compelling low-budget feature.
"I Melt With You" is a work of extreme self-indulgence that would benefit from the hand of a firm producer and editor.