Although pulling together a stellar cast, Even Money crumbles into an anti-gambling PSA and soap opera-tier drama.
Guy Pearce takes over First Snow to contemplate life and mistakes, but it's not engaging to actually watch.
Street Survivors is a decent, if self-serving, dramatic account of the crash that killed members of Lynyrd Skynyrd in 1997.
Exploring critic Pauline Kael through her own words, What She Said reveals a woman sure of her thoughts and who she was.
Eye See You throws away a great cast and idea by reducing police trauma to a derivative, familiar horror/slasher movie.
A serviceable but not particularly engaging retrospective documentary on Bad Company that sees the three surviving members recall their early days.
The Point is primarily remembered today for its wonderful songs penned by music legend Harry Nilsson.
Guitarist Robbie Basho and his outlandish personality receive a thorough documentary about his eccentric brand of acoustic guitar music, Voice of the Eagle.
Absurd and even ludicrous, Mind Games fears changing social norms when using a college kid to terrorize a middle class family.
Hudson River Massacre (aka Canadian Wilderness) features one well scaled battle scene and universal story, if little else.
Nighthawks is an underwhelming mystery aimed at Millennials that fails at its intended purpose.
A glowing music documentary about the legendary Nashville night spot Bluebird with superstars Garth Brooks, Faith Hill, and Taylor Swift making appearances.