A muddled script, spatially confounding direction and four thesps seemingly acting in four different movies are only a few of the problems with the misbegotten political thriller "As Good as Dead."
Director Mark Epstein examines the cross-pollination between the artist and his surroundings.
Superficially, this minimalist docu about the role of doctors as prime executors of Nazi ideology would appear redundant.
Featuring multinational cantors all converging on Poland for a series of special concerts, scattershot docu "100 Voices" promotes as many agendas as it boasts participants.
Fox's virgin venture into Chinese-language production and distribution, bubbles along with a jaunty but unoriginal blend of the sweet, tart, cute and weepy.
A swoony, ill-digested amalgam of Christian symbols, guilt-ridden flashbacks and sadistic shower-stall attacks.
A straight-arrow New Mexico district attorney ventures south of the border in search of illegal organs for his dying daughter in "Inhale."
Three buddies/housemates run a speed-dating bar for minimum profit and maximum booty in writer-director Joseph A. Elmore Jr.'s manic romantic comedy.
Pic's cogent political message will doubtless resonate beyond national borders.
Despite a well-worn, pretentious premise, uneven thesping and tacky sets, pic plays better than its simple synopsis might suggest.
Pic savvily stirs up audience outrage, building slowly and inexorably to its unacceptable conclusion.