Posts Tagged ‘Documentary’
"Under the Bridge: The Criminalization of Homelessness" is an informative, sympathetic look at the homeless problem in Indianapolis and an eye-opener for all audiences.
It is a movie that will — and should — force you to ask questions of your local officials & think about what kind of law enforcement you want having your back.
A documentary about healthcare in Indiana that elevates itself above other alarm-sounding peers with gallows humor, observant composition and artful pacing.
A splendid, generous look at the happy accidents, and intentional elation, that musicians and audiences alike have found in this fermata of fertile creativity.
Michael Moore's latest documentary and yet another horror film about a creepy doll lead this week's Blu-ray and DVD releases.
Filmmaker Michael Moore visits countries where problems that still plague the United States seemingly have been solved.
An Amy Winehouse documentary, a gambling dramedy co-starring Ryan Reynolds and an Amy Schumer stand-up special lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
"dream/killer" is a documentary whose narrow focus on the family of a falsely imprisoned teenager is both a strength and a weakness.
“The Gnomist” explores how the shared experiences of art and imagination can create a magical sense of hope and community.
"The Art of Richard Thompson" is an informative retrospective on the career of the "Cul de Sac" creator and Washington Post cartoonist.
You watch shaking your head, questioning the sanity of the filmmakers as children — and adults. Yet, by the finale, you want to give them a standing ovation.
Filmmakers use movies to bring voice to their agendas. It’s up to viewers to choose what to accept & reject. "Peace Officer" stacks the deck too far to one side.
A documentary that suffers because it is too superficial and reverential of its subject.