While undoubtedly well-meaning, the feel-good documentary about the singer’s efforts to “save” an elephant ignore an ugly truth.
Matthew Perniciaro’s docuseries recounts the murder of Michael Jordan’s father James, and asks whether or not the wrong man is in jail for it.
The remaining trio of true stories at this year’s festival focus on politics and its impact on both individuals and society at large.
Chris McKim’s documentary about the fiery artist turned AIDS activist is a stirring tribute to voices that were silenced too soon.
The first feature-length documentary dedicated to Tina Turner leaves out too much to be truly engaging.
Elizabeth Lo directs a philosophical look at a dog’s place in the world, and among humans.
Though the episodes can get samey, Last Chance U: Basketball works well enough to charm even basketball novices.
While the documentary about legendary rapper Biggie Smalls is somewhat lacking, the occasional insider’s look at his all-too-short life makes it worthwhile.
Apple TV+’s Billie Eilish: The World’s a Little Blurry traces the music sensation’s rise to fame, without falling prey to the usual music doc cliches.
Superfan Edgar Wright directs a lovingly expansive documentary about legendary art rock band Sparks.
This documentary series gives short thrift to its adolescent athletes, much to its own detriment.
Ron Howard’s adaptation of J.D. Vance’s bootstrapping rags to riches memoir is exactly what you’d expect.
Netflix’s newest reality show gets both turnt and insightful.
The latest in “Christploitation” features a relevant cast, capable direction & a message of hope instead of fear.
Bob Zemeckis plays with his favorite CG toys – and Steve Carell.