Deftly combines music, romance, politics and family drama, Borcuch's third film is a charmer.
An ambitious if obscure allegory whose protag endures increasingly bizarre trials.
A bisexual triangle set in a Peruvian fishing village.
Seriocomedy remains short on involving characters or situations.
Pic amusingly reverses horror convention in which nubile urban youths are menaced by rural inbreds.
A riveting account of how a soldier's death in Afghanistan was spun into a web of public lies.
Offbeat effort proves more admirable for its ambition than anything else.
A conventionally enjoyable making-and-breaking-of-the-band saga.
Adrian Grenier's excellent feature offers sophisticated musings on America's obsession with fame.
The scenery's spectacular in the otherwise pedestrian "Leap Year."
The San Francisco Film Critics' Circle announced their 2009 awards Monday night.