When a femme delivers a pizza to a Moscow apartment, the customer imprisons her inside in the jejune drama "Closed Spaces."
Determinedly old-fashioned if watchable, Russian WWII-set drama "Live to Remember" unspools the tale of a wife trying to help her husband hide out near their village after he's gone AWOL from the…
A dismally turgid if brightly colored slab of melodrama about a hick from the sticks.
Three teen girls, all over 18, make the journey from the provinces to Moscow in order to sell or barter the one possession they believe is of any value, their maidenhood.
The daily life of ordinary Soviet citizens during the 1950s and '60s is explored in fascinating fashion in "Revue."
Based on a true story, "Stone of Destiny" dramatizes how a gaggle of students broke into London's Westminster Abbey on Christmas Eve, 1950, and stole the ancient Stone of Destiny in order to return…
Assorted issues -- dyslexia, adult illiteracy, the plight of careers for the disabled -- are refracted through the prism of drama in "Summer," helmer Kenny Glenaan's well-meaning but schematic third…
"Mum & Dad" reps a largely comic spin on the currently popular torture-porn genre, yielding mixed results.
A timely shout-out to Blighty's youth (given the recent escalation in teen crime) to resist the temptations of violence and revenge, urban drama "Adulthood" reps an impressive, energetic sequel to…
Tale of geeky battle reenactment fans with love-life problems features no big stars, but has mucho Internet and publicity buzz, so even if it loses theatrical battles it could win the war on…