"Night Catches Us" recalls the racially angry atmosphere of mid-'70 Philadelphia.
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As a multipronged examination of one aspect of the American Dream, "Lucky" isn't quite as spellbinding as "Spellbound."
Adam Bowers displays a well-defined comedic style in this punkish comedy.
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Phase 4 Films has acquired all U.S. rights and nontheatrical Canadian rights to Brigitte Berman's feature doc "Hugh Hefner: Playboy, Activist and Rebel."
Sparked by great perfs from Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo, "The Kids Are All Right" is alright.
Docu pits the fight to legalize gay marriage against the fund-raising power of the Mormon Church.
Never catches the viewer up in its account of individual rebellion within a religious community.
A convincing argument that the human race is on borrowed time.