A Chinese propaganda film without the heavy dogma and dour treatment that would have been expected a generation ago, "Beginning of the Great Revival" is a slick and lavish historical epic charting…
Aussie documaker Peter Hegedus literally puts himself on the psychiatrist's couch in "My America," a stimulating chronicle of his search for the America he loved while growing up in socialist Hungary…
A bright performance by newcomer Zhu Lin can't prevent severe credibility gaps and abrasive tonal shifts from harpooning the heartwarming intentions of "33 Postcards."
"Strictly Roller Skating" would make an apt alternate title for "Rollerboy," an entertaining if overlong portrait of former world roller-skating champion Jayson Sutcliffe.
Aussie mock doc "The Tunnel" delivers a pretty good spook show in the abandoned subway tunnels beneath downtown Sydney.
A mediocre remake of the famous, same-named 1987 Hong Kong action-fantasy, "A Chinese Ghost Story" sports snazzy effects and some decent fight sequences, but that's about it.
Kenneth Branagh invests this comicbook epic with a weighty yet never overbearing Shakespearean dimension.
Pic boasts a relatively conventional storyline peppered with heavy verbal violence, trippy visual metaphors and a cacophonous soundtrack that mark it as a strictly outre item for dedicated arthouse…
An Aboriginal prison parolee battles to get her life back on track in "Here I Am," an uneven meller about female survival and fractured mother-daughter relationships.
Australia's worst serial killer, John Bunting, and the accomplices who fell under his spell are profiled in "Snowtown."
Handsomely mounted pic captures the mindset of Japanese soldiers and civilians coming to terms with an unthinkable defeat.