A compelling music doc about a country singer looking to reclaim his voice and his place in history.
SXSW ’13 Review: AJ Schnack & David Wilson’s Branson Doc “We Always Lie to Strangers” Conveys An Exquisite Truth
A newfangled take on an entertainment capital steeped in tradition should please audiences regardless of their feelings about Branson.
The stage is set for wild day in Manhattan when a famed playwright passes and his brother is eager to reclaim the legacy he believes is his in this amusing debut from writer/director/actor Seth Fisher.
Review: “Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning” Deploys Adkins, Van Damme and Lundgren to Flip the Script
The new generation represented in the fourth "official" entry into the world-weary action franchise isn't just an infusion of new blood but of new ideas.
The director of "Kicking & Screaming" finally matures as a storyteller with a frenzied young woman as his muse.
Rudolfo Anaya's classic novel finally is adapted for the big screen with nuance provided by the director of "One False Move" and "One True Thing."
A decade after a criminally underseen debut, Roman Coppola returns to consider the collision of professional and personal life for an artist and becomes a little too carried away with his flights of fancy.
Review: Salles, Stewart and Hedlund Keep Their Eyes “On the Road” in Immersive, Invigorating Adaptation
Many surprises are abound in the respective adaptation of Jack Kerouac's legendary novel from the director of "The Motorcycle Diaries," from a seductive turn by Kristen Stewart to keeping its worship of its iconic status in check.
Soon to be made into the Vince Vaughn comedy "The Delivery Man," the original Canadian flick about a man who learns he's fathered 533 children through sperm bank donations pays off in plenty of ways.
The "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" director once again creates an entire world out of a small, confined space in this bold, slightly sweet and nostalgic high school drama that takes place entirely on a Brooklyn bus.
Chris Colfer's first steps onto the big screen sees the "Glee" star as a writer, producer and lead actor, but he wrote himself into some dark corners.
Anchored by two strong performances, a romance conjured from limited means demonstrates the real magic of movies.