Even the fiercest queens on "RuPaul's Drag Race" aren't put through the wringer half as rigorously as the twiggy protagonist of "Viva."
In his 1992 soccer-fan memoir "Fever Pitch," Nick Hornby recalled his first exposure to one of the great Pelé-led Brazilian World Cup teams, writing: "Brazil ruined it for all of us. They had…
Like the glowing briefcase in "Pulp Fiction," the ill-fitting Anna Wintour wig worn by Julia Roberts in "Mother's Day" seems destined to enter the pantheon of great cinematic mysteries.
There's just enough blaring sound and color to this knowingly silly tale of interplanetary derring-do to adequately offset its impersonal corporate sheen.
Short of putting Emmanuel Lubezki through astronaut training, it's difficult to image more rapturously beautiful images of the Earth from orbit than those supplied by "A Beautiful Planet."
Despite its obvious sincerity of purpose, and the cachet of its having been filmed on locations where the real-life drama actually unfolded, "Papa: Hemingway in Cuba" is disappointingly plodding and…
A sardonic view of small town Estonian life with a "Fargo" vibe, as quirky characters try to discover where a now comatose man hid a significant amount of cash.
A surprisingly sober entry in the Tribeca Fest's midnight section, and even more surprising winner of its audience award for narrative features.
This Tribeca audience award winner follows convicts released after reform of the 1994 California "Three Strikes" law that saw thousands given virtual life sentences for frequently petty crimes.
Dana Flor and Toby Oppenheimer's engrossing, well-crafted docu could parlay its attention-grabbing subject beyond the fest circuit into niche theatrical and broadcast exposure.
"Icaros: A Vision" presents the Amazon jungle as a literal and psychological heart of darkness, a simultaneously restorative and dangerous place where the boundary between the mortal world and the…