Despite the broad appeal of star Gael Garcia Bernal, auds will find Hector Babenco's wrestling of Alan Pauls' novel "El pasado" into a feature-length film akin to someone jamming a chateaubriand into…
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"Frontier(s)" is a 100-minute hemorrhage that doesn't bring anything to the operating table of torture-porn but more gore, cruelty and misery.
Auds will find Hector Babenco's wrestling of Alan Pauls' novel "El pasado" into a feature-length film akin to someone jamming a chateaubriand into a champagne glass.
Conscientiously upbeat and shiny, "Darfur Now" takes a tactical approach in addressing the ongoing African genocide: Present the appallingly grim situation in Sudan through the rosy lens of activism…
This rough-hewn comedy is droll enough to entice world cinema fans, established von Trier-ites, budding film students and more.
"The Kingdom" is a realist thriller that mixes crowd-pleasing mayhem with provocative politics.
John Sayles lets his narrative gifts take the lead and the social issues follow like a tight bass line.
Profoundly confusing "In Bloom" arrives at some very tenuous moral conclusions that might alienate much of its supposed target audience.
Some films click from the moment they're cast, and that is certainly the case with "The Visitor," a perfect vehicle for Richard Jenkins.