This Brazilian drama from João Dumans and Affonso Uchôa is about the nagging sadness of life.
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Paul Rudd portrays Moe Berg, a professional baseball player who worked as a spy for the United States during World War II.
Poorly directed by Kevin Connolly, the film about the mobster fails to cohere as a story and its view on the title character is never clear.
“Set It Up” features Taye Diggs and Lucy Liu as bosses from hell, and “I’m Not an Easy Man” centers on a male chauvinist in a gender-reversed world.
In this documentary, the singer-songwriter John McCauley and his bandmates enact the bad-boy antics of rock over a decade in Deer Tick.
This remake of a 1972 film focuses on the drug trade and the pursuit of wealth in Atlanta.
Films by Derek Jarman and Cheryl Dunye highlight various Pride Month film packages on various streaming services.
“Bernard and Huey,” starring David Koechner and Jim Rash, is a portrait of two old friends and their hapless negotiations with their lives.
This near-hagiographic documentary goes around the world with Mr. Ducasse, who in 1987 became one of the youngest chefs with three Michelin stars.
This crime thriller set in the near future features a strong turn by Ms. Foster.