Although "Sometimes Scantily Clad but Never Naked Soldier" is more like it, "Naked Soldier" otherwise delivers the goods as a cheerfully ludicrous yarn about a globetrotting squad of sexy babes…
The cephalopod that became a worldwide media sensation for correctly predicting winners during the 2010 World Cup is analyzed from all angles in "The Life & Times of Paul the Psychic Octopus."
A potent combo of hostage thriller and high-impact morality play, "Graceland" hardly puts a foot wrong for two-thirds of its lean running time.
A pretentious film student discovers the difference between pontificating about cinema and actually making a movie in "Let Me Out," a highly entertaining comedy created by South Korean film…
Rough around the edges and solid at its core, "The Land of Eb" is an affecting study of life among Marshallese immigrants living on the fringes of society in Hawaii.
The human and political legacy of nuclear tests conducted in the Marshall Islands from 1946-58 is examined in the highly charged and well assembled documentary "Nuclear Savage: The Islands of Secret…
Opening as a compelling portrait of a teenage girl whose first crush turns into a gang-rape nightmare that triggers her suicide, "Don't Cry, Mommy" runs off the rails with her grieving mother's quest…
A gang of crooks meet suburban cannibal cooks in middling Kiwi horror-comedy "Fresh Meat."
Music, dance and a gentle dash of romance are the crowdpleasing ingredients of "Touch of the Light."
Japanese identity-swap comedy "Key of Life," from helmer Kenji Uchida, won the Halekulani Golden Orchid prize for best narrative feature at the Hawaii Film Festival on Tuesday.
A Korean folk tale is transferred to contempo New York in "Abigail Harm," an uneven fantasy-flavored art movie toplining Amanda Plummer as a loner whose yearning for love magically materializes in…