A culture-clash dramedy whose background in Middle-East conflict is leavened with droll humor.
The Lizard King is a bummer in Tom DiCillo's inane documentary ode to Jim Morrison and the Doors.
A high-concept/low-impact twist on torture porn will likely do its slaying on DVD.
Feebly mixing film noir and the old-time nightclub musical, "Dark Streets" could do with illumination in more ways than one. Snapped up after its odd jury prize at CineVegas, this under-budgeted…
Stabbed in the chest with scissors by her mentally ill mom, the titular teen in "The Haunting of Molly Hartley" has an understandably tough time in prep school -- but she certainly won't fail to…
If not a quantum leap forward in science docs, "The Atom Smashers" entertainingly brings particle physics -- and the brainy geeks who've devoted their lives to its study -- into sharp focus.
A tantalizing mix of documentary, fiction and everything in between (including musicvideo), Miguel Gomes' 150-minute love song to rural Portugal, "Our Beloved Month of August," scores viscerally as…
Vancouver's Dragons and Tigers competition, which should support the deserving helmer in future prospects, if not in bringing the technically cloudy pic to sunny reception worldwide.
Hardly innovative, but effective and handsomely produced, "Hansel & Gretel" puts the "grim" in Grimm while placing South Korean director Yim Phil-sung on the shortlist of "Pan's Labyrinth" emulators…
A fierce assertion of decades-long U.S. rogue government criminality isn't ruined by the awful decision to include awkwardly noirish re-enactments in "Apology of an Economic Hit Man."