The first major docu on a topic of fast-rising public interest--the increasing militarization of U.S. police departments--"Peace Officer" is as engrossing and well-crafted as it is timely.
SXSW Film Festival
Cast of familiar faces and funny people--though they've all had much, much better material--will make this a viable ancillary item.
A colorful figure attracted to "crazy people" and envelope-pushing music, Danny Fields seem to have been nearly everywhere any self-respecting hipster would have wanted to be between about 1962 and…
AUSTIN, Texas — "Krisha," an emotionally charged and stylistically inventive family drama from writer-director-editor-actor Trey Edward Shults, won the grand jury prize for narrative features at the…
Tonally dissonant and narratively disjointed, "Wild Horses" plays like a patchwork quilt of scenes excerpted from a much longer movie, or maybe even a miniseries. Writer-director Robert Duvall's…
Though the body count is ultimately higher than in "Psycho," seldom has a stay at a homicidal rural motel seemed quite so endless and dull.
If you're disturbed by white-collar crime, but not quite as disturbed as you are by gay sex, then congratulations: You might possess just the right combo of social conscience and unexamined…
A look at the 1950s Hollywood dreamboat who was living a closeted gay life even as he was marketed as every bobbysoxer's ideal boyfriend.
An affectionate portrait of Mary Louise Wilson, the Tony-winning actress who's spent over a half-century as a highly versatile staple of the stage and screen.
The subject of this Canadian docu is one of those classic obnoxious-in-a-lovable-way eccentrics who make natural camera subjects
If recent misfires like "Tammy" and "Identity Thief" have proved anything, it's that Melissa McCarthy is virtually indestructible, retaining her comic buoyancy, her tremendous likability and much of…