Craig D. Lindsey

 

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  • Bilal: A New Breed of Hero is itself in the new breed of computer-animated family filmmaking. Producer/co-writer/co-director Ayman Jamal completed the film in 2015 (it played at festivals before getting released in the Middle East and...

  • Before you even ask, yes, Nicolas Cage does go over the top in Mom and Dad -- and, dammit, it's a beautiful sight to behold. Cage pretends to be all suburban as a working-class family man who longs for the crazy days of his youth....

  • According to the press notes, Red Trees is not a documentary -- it's "an impressionistic visual essay." That helps explain why the filmmakers seem to be more invested with capturing abstract, artful images than the person the doc is...

  • Don't be surprised if you see It's Not Yet Dark and start feeling bad -- not about its subject, writer and artist Simon Fitzmaurice, but mostly about yourself and your own life. Fitzmaurice is an Irish husband and father who was stricken...

  • The Book of Henry really wants us to believe that its 12-year-old title character (Jaeden Lieberher) is the smartest kid on Earth. Well, in many ways, he is. He's a rational, logical thinker who knows how to play the stock market. He...

  • Even though he's one of the world's most celebrated celebrity chefs, Jeremiah Tower is a solitary man. In the CNN-produced documentary Jeremiah Tower: The Last Magnificent, he mostly travels around all by his lonesome, walking the Earth...

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