Pic intriguingly draws the curtain back on the seldom considered world of Dominican baseball players trying to make it in the United States.
The documentary as social analgesic has seldom had a better exemplar than "Kicking It," an account of the fifth annual Homeless World Cup.
"I.O.U.S.A." is an alternately amusing and alarming primer on America's off-the-charts fiscal irresponsibility.
Because it's billed as a more personal project for Mark Pellington after a string of interesting thrillers,"Henry Poole Is Here" is all the more disappointing.
A forbidding and morbid piece of psycho-sadomasochism, "Downloading Nancy" is chilly enough to cause global cooling all by itself.
Scientist, novelist, activist, inventor, filmmaker, architect, prophet, healer and madman Harold L. ("Doc") Humes was, by all accounts, an exhilarating, infuriating and terrifyingly brilliant man.
Girl-and-animal yarn, infused with an almost fairytale-like quality, boasts some striking critter footage and lush landscapes but falls into a more conventional, over-narrated format, with none of…
Helmer-adaptor Rawson Marshall Thurber arrives at a more conventional general tone.
Til Schweiger's the marquee name but up-and-comer Nora Tschirner shares the performance crown in "Rabbit Without Ears," an ultra-slick romantic comedy in which the multi-hyphenate Teuton hunk proves…
Fraternal duty turns into a wild ride through nearly all Greater Los Angeles in Tao Ruspoli's breezy, brash narrative feature debut.
A brooding, atmospheric exercise in upscale psychological horror.