Few films can start with a teenage girl boasting "I just had sex" and get away with it. But "Diary of a Teenage Girl" is no run-of-the-mill coming-of-age tale.
Fantastic? Not really. Four? Kind of. Marvel is licking its chops right about now, ready to bring home the first family.
A chilling look at what lies in the hearts of young men, "The Stanford Prison Experiment" is a bloodcurdling cinematic experiment of its own.
A serio-comic look at the lives of two 20-somethings, "Night Owls" makes two young people confront and question their lives and choices.
Settling in with the Marvel formula, Ant-Man is short on surprises, but still long on charm and action.
A surprisingly emotional and engaging portrait of severely wounded people, "Funny Bunny" is a must-see at Indy Film Fest.
It's missing some of the magic of its predecessors, but chances are you'll love the charm and fun of "Minions."