At once delicate and clumsy, tender and twee, "Restless" wraps the pain of grief and impending mortality in the balm of a teenage love story.
"Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides" revives the fun, feather-light frivolity that any film based on a Disneyland ride ought to exhibit.
After a nine-year sabbatical from feature filmmaking, Scottish helmer Lynne Ramsay is back with a vengeance with "We Need to Talk About Kevin," an exquisitely realized adaptation of Lionel Shriver's…
Nancy Buirski's laid-back docu features the Lovings -- an interracial couple whose 1958 marriage led to their arrest for violating Virginia's anti-miscegenation laws.
Film's frustratingly elliptical style and lack of character insight give it a distinctly first-draft feel.
Documaker Tanaz Eshaghian directly indicts Afghani society for its treatment of women and indirectly indicts the West for its stance.
Good vibrations and bad are key to Matt Boyd's "A Rubberband Is an Unlikely Instrument," an ambitious urban docu-epic that focuses on guitarist Walter Baker.
In Rachel Libert and Tony Hardmon's shocking expose "Semper Fi," a career Marine Master Sgt. learns the corps he so faithfully served caused the death of his 9-year-old daughter.
Opening May 13 in limited release, "Legend" reps a welcome comeback for fans but boasts little crossover appeal; it tanked on local release last year.
An old-fashioned, appealingly sentimental drama about homefront life during WWII, "Fort McCoy" could resonate with older ticketbuyers during limited runs in carefully targeted theatrical engagements.