Pic delivers a freestyle overview of hip-hop that's heavy on rap-celeb interviews and aggravatingly light on context of any sort.
Sundance Film Festival
Give or take the titular disclosure, "John Dies at the End" is a thoroughly unpredictable horror-comedy -- and an immensely entertaining one, too.
"Payback" is a rarefied conceptual docu that will appeal to a limited but highly appreciative audience.
As "The Last Waltz" was for the Band and aging hippies, "Shut Up and Play the Hits" is for kids who were in high school on 9/11.
Pic gets in the face of deficit hawks and budget cutters with the argument that the U.S. is a paradise for corporate tax cheats.
Kino Lorber has acquired U.S. and Canadian rights to the documentary "5 Broken Cameras," which recently received the World Cinema Directing Award at Sundance.
An investigation of Paul Simon's 25-year-old "Graceland" album as much as a celebration of it, "Under African Skies" is appreciably smarter than most celebrity musician docus.
Like a four-part panel of images with tenuous connections, Weston Currie's "The Perception of Moving Targets" is a personal art film whose meaning, as the title suggests, is in the eye of the…
Lithuania shoots and scores in "The Other Dream Team," an uplifting docu from longtime producer and first-time director Marius Markevicius about the nation's unique love affair with basketball.
A David-and Goliath story that delves into corporate scare tactics, legal effrontery, brand protection, media manipulation, online propagandizing and craven behavior.