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.
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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.