Filmmaker Matthew Scott Krentz is making the jump into the big leagues far too soon.
Pubcasters and fest programmers will appreciate the attention-grabbing potential.
Matthias Glasner's film is structurally flawed and morally suspect.
"Kamui" comes to a crawl too often over its two-hour running time.
The first (and likely the last) cinematic adaptation of the popular Brit neck-biter series.
Film is the more pleasant for its fleeting detours into cheeky fantasy.
Quietly comical, quietly lyrical and quietly tedious.
"Sweetgrass" offers a one-of-a-kind experience.
Co-writers Jared and Jerusha Hess have concocted a fresh batch of socially awkward characters to do their comic bidding.
"Paranormal's" path to commercial release has been a laborious one.
An absorbing and at times moving look at life for someone with Down syndrome.