A handsome artisan and amateur dancer from the French sticks finds his body virtually glued to that of a haughty Parisian ballet teacher in "Hand in Hand," a contempo, dance-infused variation on the…
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After portraying Rembrandt in "Nightwatching," scribe-helmer Peter Greenaway continues his exploration of Dutch masters to vivid and theatrical effect in "Goltzius and the Pelican Company."
This portrait of a group of characters in Marfa, Texas, feels like vintage Clark, as the skinny, more-naked-than-clothed boys and girls smoke weed, have sex and shoot the breeze while the town's…
This supposedly cockles-warming dramedy from filmmakers Geraldine Nakache and Herve Mimran never moves beyond its sketchy outline.
Another high-concept romantic comedy from "Heartbreaker" helmer Pascal Chaumeil, this good-looking but structurally problematic pic trots the globe as Diane Kruger tries to convince travel writer…
A dispiritingly bad Breton soccer team gets an assist from several washed-up sports stars in "The Dream Team," a mixed-bag attempt at mainstream comedy from Gallic director Olivier Dahan ("La Vie en…
A Hollywood couple is stranded in more ways than one in "Dark Blood," the resuscitated 1993 feature by Dutch director George Sluizer that was abandoned after the sudden death of star River Phoenix.
Gentle, unhurried portrait of a middle-aged man somewhat clumsily trying to make amends doesn't have quite enough meat on its bones to become a breakout arthouse hit, but might be a catch for fests…
Italo thesp-turned-helmer Michele Placido ("Vallanzasca") crosses the border into France for "The Lookout," a gritty cops-and-crooks caper in which the bad guys are in cahoots with a sniper.
A Briton village under siege by Julius Caesar sends a one-man, kilt-wearing embassy to a hamlet in Gaul in "Asterix & Obelix: God Save Britannia," the fourth live-action adaptation of the French…