What makes pic feel special is its unflinching honesty and lack of sentimentality or moralizing.
Pic is a highly promising debut from Chilean filmmaker Alejandro Fernandez Almendras.
Francis Ford Coppola's "Tetro" is a work of modest ambition and appeal.
A university law prof witnesses his best buddy commit a murder in "A Good Man."
William Shatner has spent much of his career being a good sport about accepting -- and, in certain TV commercials, cannily exploiting -- the role of human punchline.
Doc traces music's essential role in the civil rights movement.
Helmer Lou Ye is at it again -- this time with lashings of gay sex -- in the five-way ensembler "Spring Fever."
Consistently absorbing and ultimately affecting, "Invisible Girlfriend" is a textbook example of what can result when savvy documentarians fortuitously connect (or, in this case, reconnect) with an…
"Mutants" is far from groundbreaking but a worthy enough addition to recent screamers from France.
"The Way We Get By" is a patriotic and somewhat unsettling look at aging in America.
Ambitious three-hour-plus documentary "Being Jewish in France" traces Jews' stormy history in the nation.