The best thing in this uneven dramedy is the sheer novelty of the setting
Between 2012 and 2016, Was al-Kateab filmed the siege of Aleppo
A scattershot approach weakens this take on corruption exposed by the Panama Papers
The director himself plays Maxime.
"We grew up thinking people sang in Spanish and spoke in English."
The actor-comdian shines as blaxploitation cult hero Rudy Ray Moore
The title of this timely documentary was once uttered by one Donald Trump.
She's a knockout as the tragic entertainer, depicted here at the end of her life.
With such a bigger-than-life figure, the montage-heavy doc is still reasonably comprehensive
Xu Zheng stars as a dealer of “aphrodisiacs” drawn into Shanghai’s underground drug market
The sad declines of Levon Helm, Rick Danko, and Richard Manuel are glanced over lightly.
The beautifully photographed film is itself kind of mopey until all the pieces fall into place.
Ingrid Gipson has been living on her own in the backwoods of Oklahoma for more than three decades.
Here's the story of one spiritual leader who never lost his sheen
This thorny little item raises, but does not answer, many provocative questions about ownership, inspiration, and responsibility in the creative process.
This affecting doc looks back on the tempestuous creation of Fiddler on the Roof
Its effectiveness is slightly undercut by the knowledge that Everything—like almost, well, everything—was directed and shot by men.
Smooth CGI and stop-motion animation help explore a world of violence through the eyes of children
Water, water everywhere and now you need a drink!
Still, the actor is so physically present, he appears to be growing right out of the landscape.