A spirited and moving profile of an informal, independent group of surfers finding escape from the hopelessness of life in Gaza via that most free-spirited of sports.
A comic vignette on Singaporean Valley Girls peppered with the garrulous wit of Eric Rohmer's 'Six Moral Tales.'
Clearly stories from the Yazidi community deserve further cinema exposure, but until then, "The Dark Wind" is a respectable beginning that builds to a certain power.
Sherif El Bendary's feature debut is a buddy film with surrealist touches, crowned by an unexpectedly warm-hearted finale that asserts the primacy of love.
Paramount's over-priced and long-delayed creature feature recycles scrap parts from classic kid movies to re-imagine what's under the hood of those giant gas guzzlers.
The opening images in the first episode of "The Mick" are of a woman careening out of control. Looking like she's coming off a three-day bender, Mackenzie, a.k.a. Mickey (Kaitlin Olson), brazenly…
Aamir Khan, the star of “Dangal,” is as formidable and celebrated a movie star as India has going. Two years ago, he played the lead character in “PK,” a sci-fi comedy about an alien who visits earth…
George Bernard Shaw was adamant that "there are no villains" in his play "Saint Joan." Those who wrongly convicted Joan of Arc on heresy charges did so in good faith, he contended. But director Josie…
In the ten years he's been directing movies, Ben Affleck has shown a rare ability to choose projects artfully and wisely, hitting creative and commercial growth rings with each new outing. His first…
The documentary offers fresh perspectives on Lebanon's scarred history, focusing on a tenacious older man struggling against the sectarianism that's blotted out memories of a more amicable past.
Mohamed Rashad's splintered documentary only fitfully succeeds in illustrating the slogan "the personal is political."
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