Shot in part during the 2006 summer war between Hezbollah and Israel which devastated Lebanon's infrastructure and civilian population, the docu-fiction road movie "Under the Bombs" plays like a cri…
A fatherless boy tries to tempt fate in "Tricks," a pitch-perfect portrait of working class life in a provincial town -- and of growing up as the much younger brother of an adored older sister.
An opaque headscratcher that attempts to mirror the detached, stunned state of a bereaved man whose wife died in a plane crash.
This Central Asia-set historical epic boasts breathtaking landscapes, bloody battles, and unique traditions.
An honors student turns into a high school version of Heidi Fleiss when clients request more than child-minding services in the indie misfire "The Babysitters."
Tolerance and open-mindedness trump prejudice and religious fundamentalism when a Muslim mother and daughter start working for a wheelchair-bound Jewish widow in French helmer Philippe Faucon's "Two…
The proof's missing from the pudding in playwright David Auburn's writing-helming debut, "The Girl in the Park," a tonally disparate New York City-set pic that veers uneasily between melodrama and…
Helmer Craig Gillespie's sweetly off-kilter film plays like a Coen brothers riff on Garrison Keillor's "Lake Woebegone" tales, defying its lurid premise with a gentle comic drama grounded in reality.
A provocative, searingly political updating of the Old Testament story.
An overlong, dramatically unbalanced pic whose emotional wallop gets somewhat diffused.
A dramatically unbalanced pic whose emotional wallop gets somewhat diffused.