A deeply moving study of emotionally scarred adults who were illegally deported as children to Australia from Britain in the 1940s and '50s.
A second chance at happiness awaits a woman with philandering husband, ill son in "Matching Jack."
An ambitious Pakistani TV journo and an Osama bin Laden lookalike trigger an international ruckus in the mildly amusing Bollywood farce.
Too much contemplation and not enough demonstration sends Thai-socky "Ong Bak 3" slumping to the canvas.
Finely tuned observations of first love, long-lost love and mother-daughter dynamics gently coalesce in Aussie domestic drama "Lou."
Teenage bullying and the pernicious potential of social media are the hot topics at play in "Wasted on the Young."
Debuting documakers Wes Orshoski and Greg Olliver barely hit a bum note in their hugely entertaining portrait of Ian "Lemmy" Kilmister.
Spectacular locations only partially compensate for lukewarm soul-searching and comic romance.
A tired sequel to Aussie comedy smash "The Wog Boy" (2000), "The Kings of Mykonos" mines few big laughs from the lowbrow misadventures of a Greek-Australian dimwit seeking to claim a family fortune…
The fifth in a "7 Up" - like documentary series directed by Gillian Armstrong since 1976, "Love Lust & Lies" is an entertaining and unflinchingly honest return to the lives of three working - class…
So little rings true that only modest chuckles are wrung from "I Love You Too."