Harsh reality and magic realism collide in "Prime Mover."
Hawaii's transition from 19th-century sovereign nation to 20th-century U.S. state is comprehensively examined in "State of Aloha."
Film stands more chance of attracting new followers than its 2007 predecessor.
A well-meaning attempt to examine the gradual overthrow of Hawaii's monarchy in the late 1800s, but hamstrung by stodgy storytelling and clunky dialogue.
A promiscuous woman with an unplanned pregnancy does whatever it takes to identify the father.
This Japanese "Sideways" can't top an unimprovable original.
Ghosts, zombies and vehicles with long memories run amok in is superior T-horror anthology.
An epic experimental work set in the coastal slums of Davao City, Philippines.
A terminally ill mother's guilt and her 9-year-old daughter's pain are delicately examined.
Basketball becomes an underground bloodsport in "Fireball."
Given free reign to tell a short story set in the capital, nine Thai directors come up aces in "Sawasdee Bangkok."