"Motherland" lacks focus, stumbling from one emotionally fraught stopping place to another but arousing less and less curiosity along the way.
Spectacular orchestration of visual elements seems wasted on a threadbare, inanely repetitive plotline.
"Think Global, Act Rural" examines the horrors of industrialized agriculture on a planet-wide scale.
Pic is fueled by no overriding visual style, relying completely on its actors' chemistry for momentum.
Picking up where "Women in Trouble" left off, Sebastian Gutierrez's second entry in his proposed "Elektra" trilogy continues the ditsy adventures of his intrepid porn-star heroine.
An extraordinary if belated addendum to his epic, nine-hour "Shoah," Claude Lanzmann's "Karski Report" consists of passages omitted from the 1985 film.
A moody, socially conscious drama tracing the aftermath of the Srebrenica massacre, in which some 8,000 Bosnian Muslim boys and men were slaughtered.
An intelligent, revealing if conventional bio-doc of the famed Yiddish writer.