Here are some of the highlights from the long film career of Mike Nichols, who died Wednesday at age 83.
Geeky gangly Jarvis Cocker is the most unlikely looking rock-star ever, but seeing the front man of the British indie-pop group PULP ignite frenzied crowds of a packed stadium, you realize that he is in fact one of the very best.
Although Amir Bar-Lev's new documentary is about the sexual abuse that Jerry Sandusky carried out on scores of young boys, the focus is on the whole culture surrounding the crimes.
So plugged into the milieu it's investigating that you can see the wires running off the screen.
Proving that lightning doesn't always strike twice, a low budget sequel to the beloved 90s comedy will have you nostalgic for the original "Dumb and Dumber."
Award worthy performances elevate a flawed script that recounts the tragic events without looking for more depth or detail.
What started as a young American's motorcycle tour of Arab nations became a document of Arab Spring rebels in Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Marshall Curry's intense two-hour film.