Delightfully old-school on the animation side, but too old-fashioned on the story side.
Solid if rather classically corny story underperformed in Gaul, though the dudes should find takers in mostly Francophone markets.
When a mom and her daughter fall for the same guy, the result is plenty of ooh-la-las but few actual laughs in "Beautiful Lies."
There's plenty to see but little to take to heart in "A View of Love."
Provides few existential thrills but plenty of heart-racing action as it follows one man's marathon dash to save his kidnapped wife from execution.
English-language jazz dramedy "Lullaby for Pi" is a song we've heard way too many times before.
Only in France would they try to teach philosophy to nursery school kids, but that doesn't necessarily make for a thought-provoking experience.
A group of twentysomethings take a walk down "Memory Lane" and head straight into a cinematic brick wall.
A heartfelt if somewhat simplistic coming-of-ager.
The employees of a French lingerie factory take the plunge into managing the business themselves in "Into Our Hands."
Three French doctors traveling through the Balkans wind up captured, "Caged" and much, much worse.