Terrific performances and solid direction make this true story of larger-than-life televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker worth seeing.
A lame thriller that’s distasteful, insulting, exploitative, and grossly insincere.
This bittersweet, sentimental story of a couple having difficulty coping with a tragic loss is one of hope, friendship, and sincerity.
A terrific documentary about the beloved cookbook author and chef who inspired so many.
An acquired taste for a select few, this film is so abstract that it seems like its sole reason for existence is to be weird.
A wistful story about relationships: building new ones and repairing damaged ones. It’s a meaningful film that’s filled with hope and optimism, even if it takes a little while to get there.