Very small children may be amused, or at least distracted, by the English-language version of "Delhi Safari," India's first locally produced, stereo 3D-animated feature.
For those who have always wanted to see a psycho Santa Claus apply an electric cattle prod to a bratty little girl, there is "Silent Night."
Broadly played and cartoonishly stylized, "Son of Sardaar" is a fitfully amusing but instantly disposable Bollywood trifle.
Even by the freewheeling, mood-swinging standards of Bollywood, the pronounced disparity between the pre- and post-intermission halves of "Jab tak hai jaan" is more than a tad jarring.
Not so much a probing examination as a fulsome celebration, "Hating Breitbart" belies its ironic title by painting an enthusiastically approving portrait of Andrew Breitbart, the aggressively…
Dedicated to the proposition that even paranoids can have real enemies, "The Conspiracy" is a modesty suspenseful faux documentary that asks us to consider whether street-corner ranters who issue…
Helmer Eron Sheean generates considerable suspense and sustains a sense of mounting dread throughout much of his debut feature.
A self-consciously flashy and trashy homage to '70s grindhouse fare made by and for B-movie geeks.
A cracking good melodrama set in a contemporary world of high finance and low cunning, Costa-Gavras' "Capital" nimbly plays on our worst memories of the 2008 economic meltdown.
Phenomenal 3D Imax visuals more than compensate for prosaic storytelling in "Flight of the Butterflies," an unabashedly old-fashioned nature docu best suited to museums and similar non-theatrical…