This complex, utterly fascinating docu evolves in almost as varied and unpredictable ways as has its 96-year-old subject, famed sculptress Louise Bourgeois.
"Some things are buried for a reason," reads the teaser for "Loot," Darius Marder's meandering treasure-hunt movie and a prime candidate for immediate interment.
An aged femme shaman, gangsters and assorted innocents are thrown together in Kazakhstan-set drama "Baksy," helmer Guka Omarova's fluent sophomore outing.
The man Democrats loved to hate receives a docu portrait Republicans might chafe at in "Boogie Man: The Lee Atwater Story."
So awash in natural beauty and big waves that the spectacular eventually becomes pedestrian, "Highwater" is surfer/helmer Dana Brown's celebration of (and sales pitch for) extreme surfing.
Ouch. Tough luck for St. Ann's Warehouse that much of the theatrical thunder for its hugely ambitious production of "TR Warszawa's Macbeth 2008" was snatched away by the Brooklyn Academy of Music…
Teasingly unpredictable and carelessly uneven in equal measure, "I'll Come Running" is a curious Texas-Denmark, semi-romantic-comedy/semi-tragedy hybrid that could have used some fine-tuning.
As much a tribute to a determined public school teacher as it is an inspirational vehicle for young viewers, "Pressure Cooker" dutifully and unimaginatively follows a cluster of culinary arts…
Two Russian soldiers force a Chechen hostage to be their guide through hostile territory to find captured comrades in the contempo Russian war story "Captive." Considering how nationalistic…
The woods have recently grown so full of zombie comedies that one must pause to recall the last time there was a fully serious undead pic.
The titular destructive force that descends on five gay chums in "Whirlpool."