Despite a title as catchy as measles, "Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger" reps a mildly disappointing follow-up to Brit writer-helmer Debbie Isitt's sleeper hit "Nativity!"
Middling in every respect, "Gambit" is a stilted caper comedy that few of its alumni will feature prominently on their resumes.
Energetic Belfast-set comedy-drama "Good Vibrations" pays tribute to real-life record-store owner and amateur impresario Terri Hooley, known among cognoscenti as the godfather of the Belfast punk…
This tribute to the Rolling Stones offers a blizzard of archive material nimbly sutured together with interviews with the Stones themselves.
Although tonally peculiar and ragged in construction, contempo Japanese drama "The Samurai That Night" has enough going for it elsewhere to compel interest.
A swooning, punch-drunk love letter to one of the world's greatest cities.
Hibernian helmer Lenny Abrahamson sets his latest, "What Richard Did," among Dublin's posh teenagers to craft a low-key but compelling morality tale.
Alexei Balabanov's "Me Too" tracks a gaggle of roughneck pilgrims on a mission to a bell tower in the middle of a deathly, irradiated area that will supposedly transport them to a realm of eternal…
Legendary British-born, Paris-based legit helmer Peter Brook offers a glimpse into the techniques he uses to train thesps in "The Tightrope."
Saucily thumbing its nose at the insipid teen-love of the "Twilight" franchise, "Kiss" reimagines its bloodsuckers as horny, supercilious Euro-trash with addiction issues.
A depressed young woman is dragged out of her isolation when she's forced to help her alcoholic, dementia-afflicted grandmother in "She Doesn't Want to Sleep Alone," an affecting feature debut by…