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Review: ‘Bully’ Puts the Oscar-Nominated Docs to Shame
Bully, on DVD today, wasn't nominated for an Oscar, but it should have been.
Review: Will ‘The Invisible War’ Win Oscar Gold?
More than 20 percent of women in the U.S. military have reported a sexual assault.
Review: Does ‘How to Survive a Plague’ Deserve an Oscar?
This Oscar-nominated documentary explores the AIDS pandemic. Isn't this old news?
Review: Does ‘Searching for Sugar Man’ Deserve an Oscar?
The Oscar-nominated documentary is about a musician who died... but then he didn't.
Review: Race and Rape in ‘The Central Park Five’
This Ken Burns documentary looks at five black boys falsely convicted of rape.
Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory Movie Review
The West Memphis Three finally get a happy ending. Now on DVD.
Review: ‘The Imposter’ is a Documentary You Have to See
Nicholas Barclay went missing in 1994. Three years later, he reappeared. Or did he?
Bob Marley is the Star in ‘Marley’, a Movie Review
Long before Snoop Dogg became Snoop Lion, there was Bob Marley.
‘Chimpanzee’ Proves That Baby Chimpanzees Are Cute
Chimpanzees are adorable. Baby chimpanzees.... Likeohmygodtheyresocuteiwantone. See them in Disney's new documentary, now playing.
What is a Terrorist? If a Tree Falls Review
Here's our movie review of the Oscar-nominated documentary
If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front
, which poses an interesting question: what makes a man a terrorist?
Pina: A Documentary You Should See in Theaters, in 3D
The very thought of watching a documentary about a dancer, or dancing, regardless of Oscar nominations or credentials, was agonizing. Shame on me.
Hell and Back Again: Does It Deserve an Oscar?
The Oscar-nominated documentary Hell and Back Again, now on DVD, is an intimate portrait of one American soldier's attempt to transition back to regular life.
Senna Movie Review
I've never been a fan of racing, but the documentary
has given me a new appreciation of the sport.
The Sad and Disturbing Tale of ‘Project Nim’
is a disturbing documentary that looks at the life of one chimp - named Nim - who was raised from birth as a child in a human home.
The Top Ten Best Movies of 2011
Frankly, 2011 was not a great year for movies, but there were a few that stood out from the rest. Here are the top ten movies of 2011.
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‘Vacation’ Review: Griswold Goodness
Review: ‘Southpaw’ Lands Some Blows, but No KO
‘Pixels’ Review: Sandler Save or Sacrifice?
‘Ant-Man’ Review: Small Size, Small Reward