Rigorously shot in long takes, eschewing standard narrative beats and withholding key narrative information, "Citizen" is constructed like a puzzle, but one that doesn't quite satisfy even when…
You're in love, Charlie Brown (and wouldn't you know it, so is Snoopy). That's the simple, slender premise behind Blue Sky's gorgeous fan's-best-friend adaptation.
This emotionally charged, theologically astute directing debut from longtime documentary producer Abigail E. Disney feels entirely welcome for its sharp, intelligent presentation of a rarely aired…
The status of songbirds worldwide provides another barometer for measuring unsettling ecological changes in "The Messenger."
Composed of black-and-white images shot by eight cameramen in St. Petersburg in 1991, "The Event" vividly captures the shift from bewilderment to empowerment as the people became ever emboldened in…
Eyes will be duly popped and imaginations stirred by "Journey to Space," a valedictory tribute to NASA's past accomplishments that offers a sneak preview of the agency's exciting next frontier.
A lifeless combination of alien invasion saga, zombie thriller, vampire romance and high-school drama.
Though its tale of intergenerational psychological crises alternates between parallel, mutually predictable plotlines, set in 1989 and 2014 respectively, the film itself appears to have sprung…
A handsome but woefully cluttered thriller involving Allied subterfuge of a Nazi-controlled mine in rural 1944 Spain.
The sins of the past force a painful reckoning in the present in "Magallanes," a quietly gripping Peruvian thriller about old political wounds and the elusive quest for redemption.
Forthright but dignified, British doc "The Hard Stop" grapples sincerely with the cultural context of a wave of riots that broke out across England in the summer of 2011, in the wake of the fatal…