An unofficial twin to "Certified Copy," Abbas Kiarostami's Tokyo-set character waltz is a droll, elegant but faintly trying study in emotional artifice.
Chris O'Dowd stars in this jumbled, sketchily written but vastly appealing true-life musical comedy.
"Do you remember what having fun is?" snarls Jaime Winstone's eponymous slacker detective 30 minutes into "Elfie Hopkins."
Overlong and underwritten even by the standards of summer f/x extravaganzas, this "Battleship" will nonetheless float with many on the strength of its boyish, eager-to-please razzle-dazzle.
A running confectionery metaphor adds artificial coloring but little discernible flavor to "Hard Boiled Sweets."
"Mercy" is a forbiddingly austere title for German helmer Matthias Glasner's polished, accessible moral melodrama, which is less about the eponymous virtue than assorted states of guilt.
New German Cinema vet Volker Schloendorff broke out in 1979 with "The Tin Drum," a formally brazen metaphorical vision of WWII horrors.
"Marley" is a generous, absorbing, family-authorized docu on the late, still-reigning king of reggae music.
There's considerably more rhyme than reason in musician-turned-filmmaker Johnny Daukes' debut feature, "Acts of Godfrey," a strained exercise in dramaturgical gimmickry that would be trying even as…
The worlds of international boxing and gang-ruled Jamaican politics are twinned to initially eye-opening but ultimately welterweight effect in "Ghett'a Life."
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