If auds emerge from the relentlessly rapid-fire sci-fi thriller "Project Two" with their nerves in tatters, its makers will presumably consider it a job well done.
Hector Alterio delivering a wonderful portrait of an aging mountaineer as he plays out his last days in a Basque port town.
The 11th Malaga Spanish Film Festival closed Saturday, with the spread of prizes confirming that, though nearly all international buzz about Spain is focused on thriller titles like "The Orphanage"…
For all the press debate about the moral suitability of turning the story of Holocaust victim Anne Frank into a musical, "The Diary of Anne Frank: A Song to Life," is surprisingly anodyne.
"Dejate caer" has little except the wit, warmth and believability of its characters to recommend it -- but there's more than enough of that to keep pic dancing.
"The Diary of Anne Frank" is an unlikely vehicle to be made into a musical, once strictly the realm of love stories and lighter fare.
Helmer J.A. Salgot unquestionably does it his way in the overwrought, high-strung "Myway," an offbeat yarn told in an offbeat manner that provides pleasure and frustration in roughly equal measure…
An alternative title for "Mortadelo and Filemon: Mission Save the Planet" could be "Mission: Save Your Money." Mirthless comedy looks aces but has a script that underestimates the intelligence of…
Math and murder combine to time-honored effect in "The Oxford Murders," a polished but verbose whodunit that's surprisingly buttoned-down given helmer Alex de la Inglesia's rep for comicbook…
An understated, cross-generational rural drama whose general air of lethargy is redeemed by a decent central perf and the beauty of its locations, vet Mario Camus' "The Field of Stars" plays out its…
Nacho Vigalondo's feature debut shows that good cinematic time travelers can be done on a shoestring with the right script.