As the Miami International Film Festival winds down this week, there are still some choice movies we think you should see. Why go to a festival screening and not a blockbuster such as Shutter Island? Because the fest films are so new, so interesting, and so different that some of them can't even find distribution stateside. In other words, miss them now and you might never have to chance to see them in theaters in these here United States of Stale Entertainment.
In Friday night's documentary, Sins of My Father, Pablo Escobar's son tells what it was like growing up with a drug lord for a father.
Fri., March 12, 7:15 p.m., 2010