Arguably Leigh's tautest, most likable effort since "Secrets and Lies."
Thriller "Chatroom" tries to tap into anxieties about the online activities of contempo teens.
Overview of African-American gospel sounds whose dazzling talent-display should exhilarate viewers.
Silky to the touch, but slips from the mind all too easily.
Accomplished portrait crams a lot into its trim running time.
What makes "Dragon" a refreshing break from biz per usual is its pluralist approach.
Pic evokes the loneliness, poverty and risks of immigrant life but doesn't tell auds much they didn't know already.
Noisy, as its title might suggest, but good, muck-splattered fun.
A recently jilted guy sifts through the embers of his love life in the lukewarm Brit romantic comedy "My Last Five Girlfriends."
A hitman suffering an identity crisis turns bodyguard to protect a femme kleptomaniac in the unlovable, seldom funny Brit comedy "Wild Target."
A gizmo from outer space enables a boy to transform his autistic elder sibling into the cool big brother he always wanted in cheap-but-cheerful Danish kid pic "SuperBrother."