When a documentary begins with its subject using his crutch to deliver a vicious blow to the director's nose, it's reasonably safe to expect less-than-smooth sailing ahead.
Yet another attempt to mix raunchy excess and romantic-comedy sweetness in an anything-goes raucous farce, "The Babymakers" offers a few big laughs between ho-hum stretches of frenetic vamping.
Documentarian Patrick Forbes makes an obvious effort to maintain balance and objectivity in "WikiLeaks: Secrets and Lies," his lucid and comprehensive account of what was arguably the most…
Dignity is demolished and pipe dreams are dashed in "Roadside Fugitive," a redundant third installment in Yu Irie's "8000 Miles" series.
Niche fests and cable networks will be the most hospitable environs for "Waiting for Lightning," a slickly produced, unabashedly celebratory pic about professional skateboarder Danny Way.
"Only the Young" stands out as the most human and affecting of recent skateboard docus.
This negative vision of rural China seems too hamhanded to pique foreign interest.
A soap opera with shark attacks, pic contains a few alarming sequences but loses its grip on its material.
Writer-director Kai Parlange's "Interior Space" intensively depicts the 1990 kidnapping of an architect held for nine months in solitary confinement in a cell in the provincial city of Puebla.
Stubbornly resisting the need for story, as well as the idea that all peach-fuzz portraits must bear witness to that elusive transformation known as coming of age, this artful arm's-length exercise…
Drags four characters all the way out to the woods to orchestrate the sort of politely confrontational chamber piece best suited to an Off Off Broadway stage in this eloquent but overly rehearsed…