Calculatedly ugly and undeservedly controversial.
Phil Cox's vivid docu "The Bengali Detective" follows a pudgy private dick who leads a ragtag sleuthing team as they investigate murder, adultery and counterfeiting in Kolkata (formerly Calcutta).
Giving the benefit of considerable doubt to writer-director Todd Rohal, one could say his unfunny farce is terrible on purpose.
A debauched beach-house weekend turns deadly for the distaff teens in "to.get.her," Erica Dunton's cleverly titled and otherwise awful mystery thriller, meagerly funded and off-puttingly rendered in…
Mistakes over-the-top dysfunctional family cruelty for comedy and drama.
A beautifully intimate look at terminally ill patients who choose to end their lives painlessly and legally.
Pic is distinguished throughout by the sharp contributions of a high-caliber cast and crew.
Writer-director Dito Montiel shoots mostly blanks in the hokey cop meller "The Son of No One."