Pic's rape and revenge plot is competently executed but not aestheticized.
Fascinating if overreaching docu, with obvious tie-ins to Holocaust films, should find a theatrical niche.
Pic is ultimately derailed by anticlimactic revelations and artificial resolutions.
Classical music fans will delight in ancillary, but crossover potential looks minimal.
This surprise hit in Panama could score with Hispanic auds elsewhere.
A happily anomalous, deceptively corny docu with old-fashioned narration.
"Abacus and Sword" has accomplished the seemingly impossible -- a samurai film with no action whatsoever.
It would be unfair to pigeonhole "Rendez-vous With an Angel" as a euthanasia comedy, although it is frequently comic and often involves euthanasia.
The elements never fully coalesce in this psychological thriller.
This mumblecore entry sometimes sacrifices ambiguity for the sake of broader, telegraphed, one-note laughs.
A slow-moving tale of a youth's inexorable city-bound betrayal of his father's dying traditions.