A grab bag of interwoven seriocomic narratives involving several Los Angeles couples who, intentionally or not, end up conceiving children.
A smudgy, handheld Japanese no-budget indie that impresses with its vividly sketched, urgent and raw emotions but is otherwise shoddily put together.
As brooding, intense and dull as its protagonist, "Open 24h" reps yet another Spanish film about an alienated young man who suddenly explodes.
Docu paints a complex and compelling picture of its subject, Wiebo Ludwig, the leader of a small Christian community in northern Canada who's at odds, to say the least, with the local gas industry.
Brazil-set toon strikes a canny balance between parent-pleasing and kid-skewed humor.
A monument of American literature is shaved down to a spindly toothpick of a movie in "Atlas Shrugged."
A curiously effective musical docu that captures the raw dynamics of collective creativity.
Has the emotional and visual heft to lift it into the pantheon of long-running Imax earners.
Documentarian/religious blogger Norris Chumley and theologian/historian John McGuckin embark on a pilgrimage tracing the evolution of the monastic tradition in "Mysteries of the Jesus Prayer."
An arch setpiece that feels like a frisky revival of a hoary chestnut.