Kevin Pollak lines up the stars for his directorial debut "Misery Loves Comedy," a documentary exploration that cuts loose without ever cutting deep.
There's light diversion but little substance in a broad, bland tale of two grumpy old men making a predictable hash of their effort to hike the Appalachian Trail.
The sudden loss of one parent and the looming death of another set the stage for "James White," a stripped-bare family drama that marks the feature directing debut of indie producer Josh Mond.
"The Principle's" primary raison d'etre is to prompt a reconsideration of the Copernican principle in cosmology, effectively meaning a return to the ancient geocentric view that the Earth lies at the…
It may be difficult to recall (or imagine) a time when an uncivil war of words between politically disparate intellectuals was sufficiently novel to generate massive media coverage and score…
Experimental in its docu/narrative hybrid yet emotionally accessible, this beguiling meditation should win over more adventurous viewers and programmers.
A fiercely committed ensemble and an exquisite sense of historical detail conspire to cast a highly atmospheric spell in "The Witch," a strikingly achieved tale of a mid-17th-century New England…
"Sometimes I sound like gravel and sometimes I sound like coffee and cream," Nina Simone remarks of her signature husky tenor at one point in Liz Garbus' documentary "What Happened, Miss Simone?"
In the cranky, foul-mouthed tradition of bad grandpas, bad teachers, bad Santas and so forth, "The Bronze" unveils yet another vinegar-spirited comedic antihero: the bad sport.
Charts the earliest days of Greenpeace as a group of Vancouver-based "eco-freaks" improvised their way into starting a global movement.