As an introspective study of man's place in nature, Pablo Lamar's film has its merits, but as a mournful reverie on age and death, the film emptily grasps at transcendence.
Non-fiction elements hold considerably more emotional weight than scripted parts, though the premise of mixing a stranger with real small town locals is intriguing.
A string of moronic gags barely held together by cheapskate production values.
"Vinyl" comes outfitted with such a gaudy band and intoxicating setting – reuniting the "Boardwalk Empire" pairing of Terence Winter and Martin Scorsese, coupled with producer Mick Jagger, star Bobby…
Under Jon Stewart, "The Daily Show" had an enviable track record in developing talent, with many of the baby birds flying off to bigger solo ventures. Enter Samantha Bee, a bright light as a…
A doctor in his 40s becomes obsessed with a hedonistic young woman in this potent cautionary tale of age knowing its place.
After limited runs at Ars Nova and 59E59 Theaters, Strangemen & Co.’s production of “The Woodsman” is back on the boards. There’s a haunting beauty about this dark puppet show, created by James…
Bespoke clothing is an eye-opener for anyone of any gender persuasion: Only once you've worn a garment tailored specifically for your form do you realise how comparatively ill-fitting your regular…
Animals are people, too — at least, that's what Steven Wise and the Nonhuman Rights Project hope to convince the world in "Unlocking the Cage."
Ralph Fiennes likes a challenge. He picks his parts like a pole-vaulter pushing himself higher. Last year, it was Jack Tanner in the moral maze of Shaw's “Man and Superman,” a four-hour tongue…
Two PBS stalwarts offer excellent back-to-back documentaries Feb. 9 – one extremely timely, the other a still-relevant dip into the way-back machine. Produced with the New York Times, “Frontline's”…