Tackling a wide variety of topics that concern women’s equality, Kamala Lopez’s unfocused documentary packs too much data and talking heads into its running time, and ultimately plays like a news report rather than a movie.
Set in a picturesque German town, this classic coming-of-age tale gets a refreshing makeover through the insightful and observant approach of writer-director Chad Hartigan. 'Morris from America' is simply heartwarming.
Demonologists Ed and Lorraine Warren battle evil presences across the pond to help out a single mom and her four children in the midst of a highly publicized haunting case. Despite its effective jump-scares and stunning camerawork, this sequel can’t quite measure up to the emotional resonance of its predecessor.
A 1980s Dublin high-schooler forms a band to impress his aspiring model crush and reinvents himself in this optimistic and rewarding musical by 'Once' writer-director John Carney, with stellar original tracks and a lovable cast.