An intriguing but somewhat leaden take on an exiled woman's return to the refugee camp of her birth, "Wilaya" reps helmer Pedro Perez Rosado's return to a subject explored in his more absorbing…
Things can get nasty quickly when kids are having fun, and that's just what happens in "Childish Games."
An ambitious, multilayered thriller that unfolds amid the frozen landscapes of the Russian front during WWII, "Silence in the Snow" reps helmer Gerardo Herrero's best film since 2003's "The Galindez…
"As Luck Would Have It" reps an entertaining but unsubtle satire on the moral confusions of a marketing/media-driven world. .
Dominik Moll's earlier work showed how good he is at finding the shocking in the mundane, but "The Monk" unfortunately proves he's equally adept at finding the mundane in the shocking.
"XP3D" is being marketed as the first Spanish chiller in 3D, but that's where its novelty ends.
The early years of Juan and Eva Peron's relationship are the subject of "Juan and Eva," writer-director Paula de Luque's elegant, well-crafted meditation on the relationship between the private and…
"The passing of time is the only theme," declares the hard-bitten protag of "Madrid, 1987," and considering that the film consists almost entirely of a monologue in a grimy bathroom, the time passes…
The spirit of "American Pie" and "Porky's" lives on in "Brain Drain 2," which features a gang of teenage misfits causing mayhem at Harvard U. Mostly interesting as a compendium of Spanish…
A daughter and father reunite after many years with unexpected consequences in Leticia Tonos' "Love Child," a small-scale, engagingly told debut whose charms outweigh its flaws.
A single mom's struggles to raise her family in adverse circumstances are brought to vivid dramatic life in "Rumble of the Stones," a social drama that bravely aims to fuse a realistic study of…