Bengali-language saga, which heralded the dawn of Indian cinema, tells of loss and duty.
The story about the bond between a troubled boy and his canine companion is cornball but compelling.
Semi-autobiographical tale is marred by a mannered performance by Mark Ruffalo and jarring shifts in tone.
Documentary profile of ‘Sesame Street’ veteran is like a sunny day, chasing the clouds away.
Fictionalized romantic thriller about the late Colombian drug lord strains credulity, except in the title role.
Documentary features six film-obsessed teenage brothers raised in near-total isolation.
Rebels with a cause (and a sense of humor) are featured in this silly and cerebral documentary.
Documentaries, at their best, illuminate not just lives, but life itself.
Animated feature tells the story of a withdrawn Japanese orphan and the mysterious girl who befriends her.
It came down to “Peeping is Believing” vs. “Peepalize it.“