Sparked by great perfs from Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo, "The Kids Are All Right" is alright.
Sundance Film Festival
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 raucously entertaining postmodern survey of guerrilla street art that folds back on itself.
A faithful but partly satisfying adaptation of Jim Thompson's great 1952 pulp crime novel.
An exquisite example of calculated execution in pursuit of elusive ideas.
The skies turned sunny at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday as a number of titles were in play.
Offbeat effort proves more admirable for its ambition than anything else.
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