Alternately charming and frustrating, romantic-comedy "Jab We Met" begins as a fresh, odd-couple road movie but starts running on empty after intermission.
Mary Jimenez's search for the "art of dying" becomes a yawningly naive, disquisition in "Snow Lion Position."
Alternately seduced and repelled by its subject, the garish and power-hungry Harlem gangster and '70s cocaine kingpin Nicky Barnes, "Mr. Untouchable" is one seriously confused documentary.
The tyranny of the single take pairs with digital technology, then dances awkwardly around ruminations on Western decadence in "The Waltz."
Michael Chandler's docu "Knee Deep" pieces together the circumstances that led a 22-year-old Maine man to plot the murder of his mother -- with general community reaction in the realm of, "Too bad he…
"Outside Love" asks important questions about the power of love and the importance of overcoming inbred prejudices.
The two competing sides of the romantic triangle in "Cyrano de Bergerac" are divided between one man rich in soul and intellect but lacking in outer beauty and another who's easy on the eye but…
Slick, superficial and with the slightest touch of saudade, "The Samba Poet" displays a keener sense for biopic melodrama than for music-making.
Human nature's dark side is the menacing midwife to the stillbirth of '60s idealism in the initially challenging and ultimately riveting "United Red Army."
Six graphic artists present their visions of terror in "Fear(s) of The Dark," an omnibus of black-and-white animation with a couple exceptionally clever episodes tied together by an unnecessary…