A 40-years-later sequel of sorts, Wayne Price's docu finds a fresh crop of singer-songwriters outside the industry mainstream in Nashville.
Director David R.L.'s debut feature is neat exercise in extracting maximum value from minimal funds, a single location and (for the most part) just one actor.
A new framing device only muddles further what was already--as "Shuttlecock" in 1991--a polished but convoluted, emotionally remote misfire.
A 3D fantasy adventure about a demon slayer who becomes smitten with, erm, a demon, “Snow Girl and the Dark Crystal” comes up with a splashy, game-influenced visual look new to this popular Chinese…
Whatever one’s feelings about the right to die with dignity, it’s not easy to watch even a fictional character commit assisted suicide in excruciating detail, and this difference will likely color…
While it's no surprise that the buoyancy of Neil Patrick Harris' Oscar opening couldn't last, seldom has an Academy Awards presentation broken down so transparently over one significant shortcoming &ndash…
Anyone would have to admire the singularity of vision required to steer such a willfully silly project over a long, long haul.
Undoubtedly the least-watched of any Oscar category, the documentary short films are the great beneficiaries of the Academy's magnanimity, both in continuing to recognize an outdated format and in…
Death and dipsomania get equally lifeless treatment in Taiwanese auteur Chang Tso-chi's muddled gay drama.
A smart, snappy "Pygmalion" for the millennial age, "The Duff" gives a modernized makeover to a classical scenario involving an outcast who tries fit in with the help of a good-looking, popular…