Oddball coming-of-ager benefits greatly from Kim Cattrall's take-no-prisoners perf.
Brent Green's tribute to folk craftsmanship yields a visual approximation of magical thinking,
Alexandra Codina's docu about the marriage of two people with Down syndrome, proves unexpectedly engrossing.
Veers closer to highly condensed soap opera.
For a film about a master of minimalism, "Vidal Sassoon the Movie" trades in excess.
Dover Kosashvili's costumer offers surroundings so vibrant that tragedy seems an indulgence.
"The Two Escobars" are related not by blood, but by a Colombian soccer team.
"Letters to Juliet" is curiously sexless (the PG rating says it all).