Director Jonathan Olshefski has made a stirring call for the placement of low-income, inner-city families into our collective consciousness.
Blues-rock heroes Tedeschi Trucks Band make a triumphant return to the scene where they recorded a live album last year.
Noel Gallagher's third solo release after Oasis is a marked shift from previous outings, delivering a desire for experimentation that demonstrates his continued relevance as musician, songwriter, and performer.
Two generations of family pay tribute to Bebo Valdes and Chico O'Farrill in a thrilling display of sparkling Latin jazz from the classic to the utterly modern.
Hodgman makes no secret that the relatively inconsequential, real-life stories of an artistically and financially successful white middle-aged man are hardly what the world needs right now. But his humor sure helps in these times.
Not a single frame of Anderson's latest drama fails to mesmerize with romance, suspense, and interpersonal politics coalescing into something wholly unforgettable.
Did the Victorians deal with their rapidly changing society better than civilization today is dealing with equally new dizzying discoveries?
Guillermo del Toro's Cold War mashup of outsider love story and Creature from the Black Lagoon is gorgeously realized and impeccably acted but simplistically written.
A wonderful new tribute to the music of Captain Beefheart tackles both the "weird" stuff and the surprisingly accessible stuff with equal ease.