Donald (as played by director Kris Avedisian), is a creation of heartbreaking familiarity. He encapsulates the eternal stoner who believes junior high was the apex of his existence.
The documentary depicts with admirable meticulousness the tireless efforts of those who fought for marriage as a universal right.
The documentary asks simple questions that provoke complicated answers. Can the Holocaust be funny? Can we joke about it?
Fancy the sight of two women in a bloody punchfest, a battle royal that makes Fight Club look like a warm-up at a Arthur Murray Dance Center?
A film from Singapore that views prison life from a less explored angle: that of the corrections officers tasked with enforcing the rules and carrying out punishments.
The annual festival brings a de rigueur selection of art-house favorite filmmakers, but actresses are really front and center.
The annual New York festival of French film presents some fine movies this year in a program of high quality overall—women directors especially display a great range of talent here.
A meta comedy about a singing comedian named Henry Phillips, played by comedian Henry Phillips, with Sarah Silverman and J.K. Simmons.
An unparalleled dramatization of one of the most relevant plights in America today—the life of undocumented teenagers.