Robert Redford's unabashedly heartfelt but competent tribute to 1960s idealism won't spark riots at the box office.
"Anton's Right Here," the helming debut of Russian film critic Lyubov Arkus, is the sort of devastatingly moving docu that makes auds want to give everyone involved in it a bear-hug after the credits…
Five teenagers wander in circles around a lush forest landscape, joking and coming to terms with death, in "Lions," a creepy, mystical arthouse horror movie of sorts from debutante Argentinean helmer…
Korean auteur Kim Ki-duk is back on home turf and up to familiar tricks with "Pieta," his most commercial pic in years.
The cast's high profile will ensure interest at home, but abroad, distribs will be far more skeptical.
Black comedy collides with overwrought melodrama in this patchy but interesting Tbilisi-set drama.
Eschewing the classical realism that's characterized most adaptations of Tolstoy's source novel, helmer Joe Wright makes the generally inspired decision to stylize his dark, expressionist take on…
Black comedy collides with overwrought melodrama in the patchy but interesting Tbilisi-set drama "Keep Smiling." Georgian writer-helmer Rusudan Chkonia's feature debut tracks 10 disparate femmes…
A mash-up of family history, observational footage and dramatic reconstructions, pic reps yet another snoozy contribution to the subgenre of dead-dad docus.
Corny as a vat of polenta, but still rib-sticking, Italy-set "Love Is All You Need" offers a romantic comedy for middle-aged palettes.
Drearily protracted two-hander made on a shoestring reps Bernard Rose's fourth and least interesting adaptation of a Leo Tolstoy text.
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