Three estranged brothers bond during a trip across India in Wes Anderson's seriocomedy.
Poetic, elliptical pic unfolds in short, sensuous stream-of-consciousness-like scenes.
Strong, pacily told tale unfolds from the p.o.v. of a would-be exploiter rather than a victim.
An outcast and her adopted daughter struggle to survive on the Arctic's frozen tundra.
A sadistic, impotent police captain who enjoys abusing his power crosses paths with a communist, atheist university professor with a crisis of faith in "Cargo 200." Disturbing, gleefully black comedy…
Zombies chomp on a reality TV crew and others in the strictly-by-the-numbers Spanish horror flick "REC."
An engaging, urban tale that marks a move by the director toward more commercial efforts.
Former high-school friends reunite for a long night of drink, drugs and home truths.
"Takva -- A Man's Fear of God," by Turkish helmer Ozer Kiziltan, nabbed the Heart of Sarajevo at the 13th Sarajevo Film Festival on Saturday.
Essentially a self-reflexive war film that borrows some horror conventions, "The Living and the Dead" brings nothing new to either genre.
Slovenian helmer Janez Lapajne's sophomore effort, "Short Circuits," never sparks to full wattage.