Brian Spitz's documentary amusingly details one man's quest to find out if size really matters.
This convoluted third film in a trilogy spun off from a popular Japanese TV series is alternately enchanting and exhausting.
Michael Kristoff's film about a young lawyer who wants to be a lounge singer never finds its voice.
What "Calvin and Hobbes" obsessives really crave is a chance to meet the reclusive genius behind the comicstrip. But as its title sadly makes clear, "Dear Mr. Watterson" is not that kind of movie.
You've seen smoother, more elegant con movies than "American Hustle," but probably none quite so big-hearted or so rudely, insistently entertaining.
Robert May's deeply shocking, continually surprising documentary examines the kickback scandal surrounding juvenile court judge Mark Ciavarella.
Hao Wu's documentary addresses the first generation affected by China's one-child policy through a Beijing drama academy performance of "Fame."
Though it won a Grand Jury prize at Locarno in 1973, Dominique Benicheti's extraordinary documentary chronicling the everyday routines of an elderly blacksmith and his wife was never released until…
Marco Simon Puccioni's third feature is a plodding, overly episodic biopic about a woman prison director trying to find her lover's killers.
Directed by a Belgian and backed by Luc Besson's shingle, this uplifting story of racial tolerance should travel well.
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