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.