A low-budget indie that upends the superhero genre by taking an unassuming guy with special powers and turning the story into a film as self-effacing as its protag.
Albert Maysles' joyous celebration of sustained creativity and razor-sharp wit into old age as evinced by outspoken nonagenarian fashion icon Iris Apfel also offers proof of Maysles' continued…
Just like the U.S.'s deeply flawed foreign policy, Marshall Curry's docu "Point and Shoot" sees the world through a lens of American exceptionalism, though it aims to focus on one man's questionable…
Helmer Sturla Gunnarsson seems far more interested in overstudied imagery that would make for a great coffee-table photography book yet feels like triumph of hollow aestheticism over content…
Almost nobody is having a blast in, well, "A Blast," and that statement can probably be extended to viewers of Syllas Tzoumerkas' aggressively agitated sophomore feature.
There are more synthetic fibers than you can shake a stick -- or a lit match -- at in "Speed Walking," but a pure heart beats beneath the gaudy '70s surface of Danish director Niels Arden Oplev's…
Not to be confused with "Annabelle" (although that could only help commercially), "Jessabelle" serves up a murky and underwhelming cauldron of Southern-fried voodoo-horror claptrap.
A Japanese teen manages to stop an alien infection before it spreads to his brain, but is then forced to coexist with the mutant creature when it takes control of his right arm.
Don't let the clean white shirt, friendly demeanor and Jesus-loving lingo fool you.
The classic "women's picture," demoted without due consideration in Hollywood filmmaking, gets a complex, vibrant reassessment in "Decor."