Like a chameleon, Marcin Sauter's "North From Calabria" cleverly slips between narrative whimsy and documentary reality.
A deaf Jewish teen from Queens finds her voice as a young American Sign Language poet in "Deaf Jam."
The softness that plagues so many sports movies is in evidence yet again in the soporific "The 5th Quarter."
Earnest and understated, "Weekend" has the intimate look and feel of a two-character stage play that has been opened up.
Generically attractive yet schizophrenic buddy pic.
With little at stake, pic coasts on familiar sentimental tropes with a hint of nostalgia for youthful ambitions.
Bleak but not depressing, clear-eyed but not despairing.
Director Julian Schnabel's decade-spanning, controversy-stirring portrait of Arab sisterhood is now set to open Friday in a U.S.-only re-edited version that clocks in at 106 minutes