This flashy, fast-moving documentary traces the links between rap and hip-hop, and street fashion, and explores how each has influenced the other.
Winslet's performance is jerked around and weighed down by the dramatic demands of the script until she sinks.
At one point someone wants to cut open Ted, the foul-talking teddy bear created by Seth MacFarlane; they should have just stuck a fork in him.
This isn't about a human triumph - it's about a corporate one.
The story of Slava Fetisov and the Soviet Union's dominance in ice hockey during and after the Cold War is about the way two brilliant and accomplished cultures relate to each other, and the importance of competition in national identity.
Though they recorded several Grammy Award winning records together, they were never rock stars and most people would never recognize them. They called themselves "The Wrecking Crew."
Criterion has done cinema a good deed by getting Wicki's first film out into the world. Let's hope that there are more to follow.
Be warned: the queer love in "Rebels of the Neon God" has no real obvious payoff (especially by today's standards), but it does have a strangely visceral one.
"Unfinished Business" attempts to mix the lowest of frat-boy humor with something heartfelt; there's enough warm family moments to charm your grandma and enough gratuitous dick humor to please the crowd at a kegger.
It doesn't break new ground, but "Creep" is an efficient little thriller with a terrific performance by Mark Duplass and a super-unsettling werewolf mask called "Peach Fuzz."