Journalist Thet Sambath metaphorically tills the killing fields of his country in search of answers.
A perfectly serviceable if uninspiring Danish drama.
Being touted in some quarters as potentially a new "Slumdog Millionaire," urban-set Bollywood meller "Ride the Wave Johnny" has much to recommend it, but certainly won't cross over to non-Indian…
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A respectable but surprisingly conventional feature-debut effort from Brit artist-turned-helmer Sam Taylor-Wood.
A second-generation Indian-American chef trained in haute cuisine is forced to take over his family's failing Gotham tandoori joint in "Today's Special."
A compelling portrait of intersecting times, cultures and places that adds heft to the main story.
Audacious and admirable, if commercially problematic, '1 Day' reps Britain's first hip-hop musical.
Despite glorious performances from an ace cast, Venville's helming otherwise lacks cinematic flair.
Supernatural events churn up antique secrets in the family-friendly Brit drama "From Time to Time."
A little girl obsessed with penguins is lured to an underground kingdom.
Film explores the confusing world of modern families through the eyes of a young girl.