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.
A hungry white pointer shark terrorizes vacationers in this perfectly adequate genre piece.
Asian superstars Gong Li and Andy Lau spark together, but the script rarely produces fireworks in "What Women Want," a straightforward remake of Paramount's 2000 money-spinner.
One of the most infamous miscarriages of justice in Indian legal history is dynamically dramatized in "No One Killed Jessica."
Bogged down by tedious talk and a dull hero, pic peps up slightly after intermission with decently executed scenes of sabotage and sacrifice.
A shamelessly manipulative Bollywood meller that's opulently decorated and luxuriously photographed but rarely rings true emotionally.
An eccentric piece of whimsy about the friendship between an awkward European traveler and a short-tempered innkeeper in the backwaters of Inner Mongolia.
Directing his 82nd feature in his 79th year, Yoji Yamada composes a sweet valentine to cinema in drama-docu hybrid "Kyoto Story."
A well-appointed if very old-fashioned meller charting the impoverished childhood of early 20th-century Chinese composer Xiang Xinghai.
Dull to start, but goofy good fun once guys in rubber suits start tangling with a foxy ninja babe and her hunky male comrades-in-arms.