A documentary observing the marriage between a Caucasian American and his Chinese mail-order bride, "Seeking Asian Female" brings stereotypes of "yellow fever" and "gold-digging immigrant" into…
Offering a well-meaning, downbeat take on domestic entrapment, teenage angst and suburban ennui, "The Cowards Who Looked to the Sky" plays like a pink film for social workers.
"Night's" unassuming brilliance lies in the lyricism of love itself.
Nipponese helmer-scribe Miwa Nishikawa continues to explore themes of deceit with her fourth film, "Dreams for Sale," a provocative portrait of a husband and wife who scam women desperate for love.
A cinematic mongrel that defies genre conventions, "A Werewolf Boy" leaps from one conceptual plane to another.
Delightfully droll and fondly indulgent of its screwy protags, Nipponese helmer-scribe Kenji Uchida's "Key of Life" depicts what happens when a struggling actor and a hitman usurp each others'…
Substitute zombies or mutant koala bears for the scary kids that run rampant on a Mexican island, and "Come Out and Play" wouldn't be any better or worse.
Charting a woman's downfall after she commits adultery to continue the family bloodline, "In the Name of Love" starts off provocatively, with a scene echoing "The Scarlet Letter," and looks set to be…
Another Asian film on undertakers following "Departures," "Make Up" and "Weight," "The Cremator" is slow to stir from its narrative coma and stiff perfs, before igniting a flicker of warmth via its…
An engrossing, if lengthy social drama in which a woman's minor public misconduct plunges her into a dragnet of cyber witch-hunting that unseats relationships, careers and a business empire, the…
The maxim "no pain, no gain" finds twisted expression in medical chiller "Painless."