Contrived excess is rarely as entertaining as it is in the ironically titled "Just Another Love Story," a furiously overheated romantic thriller.
While gem-hard in its political realism, "Strangers" is generous enough to suggest love may actually triumph.
Vet documaker Lisa F. Jackson offers a harrowing look at violence against women as a war crime in "The Greatest Silence: Rape in the Congo."
Philadelphia's colorful Mummers' Parade bookends an unsentimentalized portrait of 21st-century divorce in "The New Year Parade."
A real-life Spinal Tap facing some harsh realities, Canadian metal band Anvil -- whose principals have been playing together for more than 35 years -- proves surprisingly inspirational and endearing…
Practically an action movie by ultra-minimalist James Benning's standards, "Casting a Glance" features stationary shots of less than one minute each.
A man walks on a high-wire across the Twin Towers -- and how he does it -- is the grab-you-by-the-lapels premise from which James Marsh's "Man on Wire" erupts onscreen as one of the most wildly…
Thomas Wolfe's immortal words about the impossibility of homecomings loom large over "Momma's Man," writer-director Azazel Jacobs' wryly comic, sometimes heartbreaking and altogether original film…
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young set out to alleviate the public allergy to Iraq War films with this pic.
One look at Puujee's smiling face and you understand why photographer Yoshiharu Sekino found the 6-year-old Mongolian shepherd girl such a captivating subject. After stumbling across Puujee on his…