Marc Forster's "Machine Gun Preacher" is a blunt, morally confused portrait of Sam Childers, the Philadelphia ex-con who found Jesus and has since devoted his life to rescuing children in war-torn…
We're not likely to get a docu on the 2011 Egyptian revolution with greater scope, at least not in the immediate aftermath of those momentous events.
A powerful recounting of events, guaranteed to open the eyes of anyone still harboring fuzzy notions of the infamous police response to the 2001 G8 summit riots in Genoa.
"Baraka" director Ron Fricke and his team revisit much the same international turf 19 years later with a similar type of dialogue-free picture-postcard.
This inspiring big-issue docu virtually ensures "Remember the Maldives!" will become a rallying cry in the fight against global warming.
One hopes "Twixt" doesn't prove to be Francis Ford Coppola's swan song -- though if it does, this disarmingly cheeky, intermittently gorgeous trifle would create the perfect bookend to a career begun…
Starring an incandescent Freida Pinto, this inspired "Tess of the d'Urbervilles" update acknowledges but doesn't exactly embrace the Bollywood tradition.
Boasting a high-profile cast of smallscreen thesps, Jennifer Westfeldt's Gotham-set romantic comedy unfolds in a glib, familiar sitcom universe.
Doug Glatt is sweet-natured but armed with a solid punch, as is "Goon," based on the lovable true story of Doug Smith, a hockey enforcer who achieved minor-league fame.
The cinematic equivalent of a concert T-shirt, XXL biodocu "Pearl Jam Twenty" gives another awesome souvenir to die-hard fans of the chart-topping Seattle scenesters-turned-cult faves while leaving…
Grief doesn't rate high among emotional states suited to high-octane presentation; hence the disconnect between excessive style and sober content in "Burning Man," a feature-length montage posing as…