Agnès Varda and J.R. travel through France taking gigantic photos of the locals. The locals love it and Varda and JR love it all just as much.
A documentary about a board game competition may not sound like much fun, but it is far more thrilling than you might ever imagine.
A biography of famed record executive Clive Davis is a total puff piece, but it's still fun.
Another documentary telling us that corporations are poisoning American citizens and going unpunished. All the right notes are hit, but we know that it won't make a bit of difference.
Jack The Ripper type tale has some good points but it's far too cluttered with red herrings to be a ripping good time.
Karen Allen stars as a woman trying to find her real self. She shouldn't have bothered looking.
A wannabe Slap Shot film is a sequel to a previous wannabe Slap Shot and it's even worse than the first wannabe.
Thirty years later, Ian MacAllister brings us a more serious version of a John Hughes type teen angst film, and it's a welcome treat.
As soon as the first notes of Link Wray's Rumble come pouring out, you can sense that you're in for a memorable ride through this fascinating and entertaining documentary.
A woman leading a fairly bland life is unexpectedly impacted in a positive way by someone she hoped she would never see again.