Lee Yoon-ki's minimalist depiction of the world's most civil breakup almost defies interest entirely.
In "Dinner for Schmucks," the mice steal the show.
A fresh and immensely likable romance that builds to the moment its central characters meet.
Bela Tarr's reportedly final film is an apocalyptically bleak statement about the futility of it all.
A thirtysomething photog three months shy of his wedding date begins to question whether he's ready to commit in "Monogamy."
Ralph Fiennes reprises a juicy Shakespearean role in his bloody, bellicose directorial debut.
A low-key cousin to films like "Ballast" and "Shotgun Stories," pic captures the rhythm and texture of its environment but is too understated in the telling.
Far more convinced of its own psychological intrigue than audiences will be.
Six fresh fairy tales that find esteemed animator Michel Ocelot operating well within his comfort zone.
This vaguely dystopian, oddly disconnected 3D urban noir is a slick but simple-minded fable.
Victoria Mahoney's semi-autobiographical debut is strong on texture but taxingly light on narrative.