Russia's 2010 Oscar submission. is less interested in the politics of its chosen milieu than in a glowering hero's machismo.
Thriller is nothing very special or original, but it gets the job done briskly and economically.
Fans excited to see John Carpenter back in bigscreen will find limited cause for joy in "The Ward."
It's hard to imagine a film sporting such reliable talents could be completely unappealing, but pic somehow manages.
Competent but middling suspenser achieves just moderate tension when would-be killers find their plan unraveling.
An earnest stab at nonexploitative horror strongly reminiscent of "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer."
Starts out in familiar teen-comedy territory but effectively grows more serious.
Pic looks to get the kind of decent but unexceptional critical support that's unlikely to add B.O. buzz.
A pulp pastiche best enjoyed by those for whom movies can't be too much like comicbooks.
This collaboration kicks matters up a notch.
The home team shoots and misses with "Score."