Netflix's newest series Atypical is a dark family comedy that tells the story of a teenager living life on the autism spectrum.
Funny Ha Ha is everything that's good about indie filmmaking.
If I'm going to be burglarized, I hope it's by a group of gents as charming as the Newtown brothers.
Do you have what it takes to be named the fittest man or woman alive? No. No you don't.
Celebrate Ken Burns' birthday with the filmmaker's 2014 examination of one of America's most politically prominent families.
The Defiant Ones is a bold four-part documentary series charting the parallel paths of music legends Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine.
This esoteric collage documentary offers a beautifully delicate look into one filmmaker.
Becoming Cary Grant uses passages from the actor's unpublished memoirs and never-before-seen home movies to weave together a candid look at his life.
A must-see for cinephiles, this absorbing doc provides a behind-the-scenes look at the first 21 years of Linklater's prolific career.
The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller's Day Off receive more acclaim, but Some Kind of Wonderful is one of John Hughes' best (and broodiest) films.