As the subject was an insider to his era's Manhattan art scenes, docu boasts plentiful footage of late and still-living luminaries from William Burroughs to Madonna.
A patchy but well-meaning WWII-set British laffer, "Dad's Army" reimagines a nearly 50-year-old BBC sitcom for 2016 theaters with mixed results.
If "The Wolf of Wall Street" took flak in some quarters for complicitly reveling in the glossy moral bankruptcy of its otherwise loaded brokers, the same accusation is unlikely to be leveled against…
This seriocomic journey is colored by grace notes of direction and performance, but it's also rather undercooked in the script department.
Clea DuVall's debut feature as writer-director is an ensemble piece that breaks no new ground in themes or execution, but is pleasingly accomplished on all levels.
A promising and impressively self-assured debut for 23-year-old filmmaker Miles Joris-Peyrafitte.
A nonfiction collage that plumbs the complicated relationship between filmmaker and subject.
The lyrical reference slyly buried in the title of Joshua Marston's "Complete Unknown" suggests the film might be a response to the question posed by Bob Dylan: How does it feel to be like a rolling…
Ira Sachs' "Little Men" is a little movie brimming with little truths about modern life. It won't change the world, but it does understand it.
A quartet of Brahmin nerds on a Bangalore U. quiz team on an alcohol-soaked mid-1980s mission to lose their collective virginity.
It speaks to his ambition that the writer, director, producer and actor Nate Parker chose to title his slavery drama "The Birth of a Nation," though the film would be a significant achievement by any…