The first movie filmed inside an Olympic Village is vulnerable and sweet — with huge helpings of agonizing and annoying.
A fascinating portrait of a woman with a fearless, intractable and bludgeoning intellect.
Eddie Murphy returns to top comedic form by portraying fellow cinematic icon Rudy Ray Moore.
Irene Taylor Brodksy’s documentary is an intimate story about a family that only someone who knows and loves them could tell.
The Appalachian religious thriller fails to deliver on its immense potential.
With Jakob Dylan as our guide, this enjoyable snapshot of the Laurel Canyon music scene in the late '60s questionably omits key figures and historical context.
Ralph Fiennes' biopic of Russian dancer Rudolf Nureyev is a gorgeous yet frustrating film.
The long-delayed Aretha Franklin documentary is a full-on religious experience.
Awful and infuriating, the film squanders the talents of Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell and the true story of legendary Durham civil rights activist Ann Atwater.