Nearly bereft of laughs, this final "Hangover" should nonetheless generate lucrative business
A densely packed, often astonishing cinematic feast that honors Rome in all its splendor and superficiality.
A murkily derivative sci-fi-horror entry that basically amounts to "Red Planet of the Dead."
The helmer's third semi-autobiographical feature touches on themes of mortality and middle-aged panic in a mostly breezy, intelligent style.
A competently acted, technically adequate Cliff Notes take on Faulkner's tale of dirt-poor Missippi folk in mourning.
Tyro helmer Amit Kumar invests a schematic police-thriller structure with a compelling moral dilemma..
Novice helmer Kaveh Bakhtiari's cousin Mohsen was an illegal immigrant from Iran trapped in limbo in Athens. Inspired by his cousin's plight and moved by others in similar situations, Bakhtiari shot "…
Hany Abu-Assad returns to form with his first Palestinian feature since "Paradise Now."
An enticing blockbuster concept gets a lackluster execution from Japanese genre director Takashi Miike.
This alternately sensuous and silly pastiche suggests director Yann Gonzalez may be the next Almodovar or Ozon.