There's about as much depth as it sounds like there should be in Brazilian-Dutch co-production "Artificial Paradises," a two-ships-passing-in-the-night romance.
This footnote to Werner Fassbinder's ouevre should intrigue the many arthouse types still fascinated by the director's films and life.
Prasanna Vithnage's latest feature is a slow-moving but ultimately touching drama about a marriage doomed by ethnic conflict.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
In "Shifting the Blame," a vicious juvenile thug's rehabilitation is complicated when the woman he'd assaulted turns out to be house mother at the experimental correction facility he's sent to.
Another pulse-taking of a Germany still in recovery from -- and in thrall to -- the far-left terrorism of the 1970s, "The Weekend" reunites former radicals when their last comrade is released from…
"Downtown Express" is a polished indie that goes in one ear and out the other.
Having shot footage of her mentor over the past four decades, docu producer Jane Weiner ("Silverlake Life," "Ravi Shankar: Between Two Worlds") lets the subject be the primary commentator in "Ricky…
Well-intentioned but pedestrian, "The Right to Love" makes the case for gay marriage by focusing on a Northern California family of two daddies and two adopted kids.
Pic bills itself as a psychological thriller, but can't decide whether to go for gory black comedy, character drama or supernatural suspense.
"Craigslist Joe" finds filmmaker-star Joseph Garner pulling a "Super Size Me"-style experiment in search of altruism, spending a month living off free stuff accessed via Craigslist.
This dysfunctional-family/romantic seriocomedy occasions plenty of bad acting, making it an interminable belabor of love.