As studios hasten to clear their shelves of product to make way for summer releases, occasionally something decent gets caught in the sweep. This third outing in the "Major League" series, which…
This mini-budget docu about an eccentric New York City tour guide has, at the very least, the distinction of a truly unique personality at the center of it. The appeal of the film, however, rests…
It doesn't get much bleaker than Minneapolis during midwinter. The indie-produced "Snow" aptly captures that quality of gloom in an engaging tale of aimless youth.
A Fellini-style moment closes Part 4 of "People's Century" -- a statue of a former Soviet leader drifts in the wind as a helicopter hauls away from Moscow this reminder of oppression. It's a needed…
A tale of suburban infidelity delectably set at the nexus between dark comedy and high melodrama, "Pants on Fire" hits unusual tonal notes rarely heard in American indie fare.
There are a few good ideas lurking somewhere in "Hundred Percent," but they are buried irretrievably under a misguided script.
With talk of the legalization of marijuana a subject of current debate, "Homegrown" would appear a natural film subject. However, the film steers clear of overt politics, opting for a droll tone that…
An energetic, passion-filled docu about a group of Washington, D.C., youths involved in a performing-arts program, "City at Peace" is an affecting, at times inspirational pic, although it wears its…
Jennifer Beals is Xinia, a lovely cat burglar who has some "issues" with dad (who shows up in the hospital after a 20-year absence) and mom (Rita Moreno, whose role is nothing more than a cameo).
Part biopic of Baltimore's enfant terrible/shockmeister John Waters, part chronicle of the making of the notorious "Pink Flamingos," which catapulted drag queen Divine to the limelight, "Divine…