Not to be confused with the series of Chanel biopics coming out later this year, outre bar mitzvah comedy "Coco" both entertains and disappoints in its drive for excess.
A sad sack (Justin Rice), masochistically fixated on the woman who dumped him receives cold comfort from the assorted loonies he calls friends, family and co-workers in Bob Byington's Austin-set…
Rises above its low-budget limitations on the basis of its hot-button topic and stellar performances.
Fervently embracing the concept of music as a universal language, "Intangible Asset No. 82" casts a respectful eye on the efforts of Australian jazz drummer Simon Baker to gain an audience with the…
A remarkable story of survival, perseverance and unquenchable spiritual passion becomes a blunt evangelical instrument in "The Cross: The Arthur Blessitt Story."
Real estate plays a pivotal role in heaven and on earth in the occasionally absorbing Taiwanese meller "A Place of One's Own."
Vet documaker Ron Mann ("Comic Book Confidential") aims to gladden the hearts of fungophiles everywhere with "Know Your Mushrooms," a playfully informative look at various types of fleshy fungi and…
Turning their attention to Mexican emigrants' families south of the border, co-directors Juan Carlos Rulfo and Carlos Hagerman uncover an affecting panorama of humanity in "Those Who Remain."
Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, plus a heavy dose of Swinging '60s nostalgia, fuel "The Boat That Rocked," Richard Curtis' hymn to the wild days of U.K. pirate radio.
The conviction of Tovah Feldshuh's transformative performance drives "Irena's Vow," but it's the compelling true story of courage and heroism that makes Dan Gordon's by-the-numbers script so moving…