Needlessly cryptic, this drama plays like a pretentious, stereotypically Teutonic version of "Knocked Up" crossed with "Rosemary's Baby," minus the former's humor and the latter's supernatural…
A bit of a shaggy-dog story, Argentine Alejandro Chomski's fourth feature might have worked better at sub-feature length.
Pic channels the dislocation of a solitary emigre who leaves Peru to improve his family's lot working in more economically prosperous, less politically turbulent Chile.
Helmer Julie Rubio demonstrates an unsteady hand with shaping scenes, perfs and dialogue.
Pascal Rabate's "Wandering Streams" is a pleasingly low-key comedy of late-life second chances.
Maurice Barthelemy's third feature put a jet-load of alternately disgruntled and imperiled Paris-bound passengers through crises that are amusing.
A Gallic "Airplane!" without the exclamation point, "Low Cost" is too low-key to scale the heights of that classic of silliness.
Overblown, overlong and overstuffed with genre self-referentialism.