The Ind's picks for the can't-miss sets of Festivals Acadiens
No paean to populist politics, writer/director Steve Zaillian's All the King's Men is a stately, sad portrait of a power-hungry man.
Brian DePalma's The Black Dahlia wilts under the weight of a circuitous script and an ensemble's worth of bad acting.
Life in Hollywoodland proved to be too much ' and not nearly enough ' for an actor named George Reeves.
A Sundance Film Festival favorite, Little Miss Sunshine beams with equal parts goodwill and good humor.
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