A clear-eyed, autobiographically inspired portrait of a young girl.
An English aristocrat-cum-film actress stumbles upon high state secrets.
A pregnant junkie bonding with the brother of her dead lover over one seaside summer feels slight, but leaves a satisfying afterglow.
For good and ill, the Green Day musical resembles most is its original rock predecessor, "Hair."
Cheery but innocuous pic is based on a 1990 Aussie stage musical.
A nastily well-planned kidnapping for ransom hits quite a few hiccups.
This latest feature from Tim Blake Nelson is a mixed bag of often mismatched ideas.
Sean Byrne's debut feature transcends mere torture porn in its deftly controlled mix of empathy, grotesquerie and sardonic humor.
Pic's human-interest poignancy is overpowered by over-the-top bloodshed.
Woody Harrelson's "Defendor" is a legend in his own mind.
A decorative but dullish historical fluff about the creation of Mozart's opera.