One of the great movies about movies, "Room 237" takes permanent residence in the icy labyrinth that is Stanley Kubrick's "The Shining."
The controversy surrounding Christendom's first openly gay bishop gets a well-intentioned glossing-over in Macky Alston's raggedly structured docu.
A piano prodigy (Jesse Eisenberg) winds up going wackily far out of his way to get the rest of his family's life in order.
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The film provides a cautionary tale as it chronicles several years in the endlessly self-recorded life of Chris Crocker, who won fame with his 2007 "Leave Britney alone!" YouTube rant.
The haunted-house movie is badly in need of a fresh cinematic blueprint, but it's not getting it with the routine and borderline risible "The Pact."
Helmer Denise Cote brings a haunting mix of curiosity and compassion to his docu about Quebec's Parc Safari.
The docu revisits some of the more famous faces of the '50s, '60s, '70s and '80s -- women who set a standard of beauty for generations.
A melancholic, rather cold French-set adaptation of Didier Decoin's novel inspired by the 1964 murder of Kitty Genovese.
Calculated quirkiness and cartoonish characterizations make Michael Mohan's picture shallow enough to be a sitcom pilot.
With incredible access and the full participation of her subject, Alison Klayman presents a significant yet scattered introduction to the Chinese superstar artist-activist.
A literary film that stands to work best for those who don't read, "The Words" is a slick, superficially clever compendium of stories about authors of uncertain talent and varying success.