Documentary

‘Ariel Phenomenon’ Review: Heartbreaking and Fascinating Look at a Real Alien Encounter

The film follows a BBC war reporter and Harvard psychiatrist Dr. John Mack, whose careers were threatened by the investigation of the incident, as well as a former student who journeys back to the rur...

9 Amazing

‘Gilbert’ Review: Outrageous Comic Documentary Provides Touching Meditation on Life

Comedian Gilbert Gottfried recounts his career and talks about his new life as a family man.

10 Perfect
Rebecca Hall in Resurrection

2022 Florida Film Festival Dispatch: Resurrection, Anonymous Sister, and Generation Wrecks

Alan French reviews Resurrection, Anonymous Sister, and Generation Wrecks at the 2022 Florida Film Festival.

SXSW 2022 Review: ‘The Return of Tanya Tucker: Featuring Brandi Carlile’ Is Essential For Music Lovers

Decades after Tanya Tucker slipped from the spotlight, music star Brandi Carlile takes it upon herself to write an entire album for her hero based on Tanya's extraordinary life, spurring the greates...

9 Amazing

‘Lucy and Desi’ Review: A Loving Ode to Comedy Legends

This film will explore the rise of comedian icon Lucille Ball, her relationship with Desi Arnaz, and how their groundbreaking sitcom I Love Lucy forever changed Hollywood, cementing her legacy long af...

8 Great

2022 Sundance Film Festival Review: ‘The Mission’ Casts a Wary Eye at Mormonism

A revelation of the inner lives of young LDS missionaries, as they leave their homes for the first time and embark upon the most emotionally, physically and psychologically challenging period of their...

7 Good

2022 Sundance Film Festival Review: ‘The Janes’ Is a Moving Story of Empathy

Police arrested seven women who were part of a clandestine network. Using code names, blindfolds and safe houses, they built an underground service for women seeking safe, affordable, illegal abortion...

7 Good

TV Review: We Need to Talk About Cosby

It is always profoundly difficult to talk about any form of sexual assault. The United States, as a country, does not like it. Many people don’t want to take the time to confront the issue when ...

2022 Sundance Film Festival Review: ‘Jihad Rehab’ Is Fascinating But Deeply Irresponsible

A group of Al-Qaeda members are transferred from Guantanamo to a rehabilitation center for extremists.

3 Bad

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