Unbreakable’s popularity highlights the indefatigable spirit of Netflix binge-watchers.
The emotions, the colors, the energy and the familial love start to affect you. If not directly by way of the movie, then by way of how those sitting in aisle eight, seats 3 through 5, intuitively appreciate it.
NBA star Serge Ibaka is trying to shut the door to his family’s house, but the crowd on the other side is pushing back.
Shot over 40 years ago, documentary of Oklahoma rocker Leon Russell debuts at SXSW.
Rolling Papers, a documentary on the Denver Post’s coverage of marijuana legalization, premiers at SXSW as an important film on modern journalism.
Oklahoma City Thunder star Serge Ibaka is the star of “Son of the Congo,” a documentary that premiered Saturday at South by Southwest.
Disney has disappointed by choosing to perpetuate the female diminutive rather than adapting the tale to changing cultural attitudes.
A new documentary examines how the Red Army lived and breathed hockey.
Dominoes of genericism slowly fall, revealing a Rube Goldberg of a work with genuine heart.
Even luxury-branded quasi-sadomasochism can’t save this film.