The burden of having a child for a mother weighs heavily on "Jack," an affecting but unsurprising slice of German social realism that takes significantly fewer chances than its scrappy eponymous…
If anyone was under the impression that Paul Verhoeven's 1987 "RoboCop" was a vision of the future, Jose Padilha's pumped-up, cleaned-up update makes it clear that this sci-fi concept merely holds a…
Uncovering one corner of American roots music that hasn't benefited from the recent folk revival, Sterlin Harjo's heartfelt doc "This May Be the Last Time" begins as a testament to Native American…
"The return of phantoms, of impossible beings," is how actress Eva Mendes describes Leos Carax's work during her appearance in "Mr. X," a reverent tribute to the French auteur that makes him out to…
Two wrongs don't make a right -- nor any clear dramatic resolution -- in "To Kill a Man," a grim, fat-free revenge thriller that extracts an impressive degree of moral equivocation from its…
Swift, peppy and defiantly unendearing, DreamWorks' latest toon updates the zany adventures of the time-traveling dog-and-his-boy sideshow from Jay Ward's 1960s TV series "Rocky and Bullwinkle."
Veering wildly between earthy verite and near-ecstatic surrealism, this Tanzanian-set tale of a resourceful albino adolescent learning to survive in a community brutally geared against his kind is…
"Middle Eastern feminist vampire romance" is likely to remain an underpopulated cinematic subgenre, but at least it now has a luminous standard-bearer in "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night."
Mark Grieco's detailed, patient chronicle of a Colombian gold rush is equal parts passion and compassion project.
This colorful first film adapted from the online gaming craze welcomes Moshi-mad tykes, their defeated parents and new converts alike.