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.
Refined perfs and atmospheric naturalism offer pleasurable compensations in "Return Ticket," an overpacked Taiwanese-Chinese co-production.
A smart teen girl about to graduate from high school faces an uncertain future in Robert Greene's sensitive if somewhat messy docu, "Kati With an I."
An agreeable eco-comedy about the troubled relationship of two nature-loving brothers, "What's a Bear For?" is cuddly enough, but clumsy and lacking in bite.
Neither fish nor fowl, documentary yoga satire "Kumare" raises a host of questions it can't answer.