For those of us who are dog lovers, along with all the joys are the stringent conversations one has about where, exactly, your dog came from. Was it a rescue? Did you get it from a breeder — and, if…
With his seventh feature, versatile Hungarian helmer Szabolcs Hajdu ("Mirage," "Bibliotheque Pascal," "White Palms") orchestrates a fresh and funny chamber piece about midlife marital crises that…
A lithe and lean one-man show, "Collector" is a crackling little high-wire act only sent tumbling to earth by its very final one-twist-too-many.
It's become a highly reliable cliché to open a thriller with a bank robbery in which the robbers wear really creepy masks — a gambit that kicked into high gear 25 years ago with “Point Break.” But…
"Is he or isn't he?" is the question driving the frost-bitten assumed-identity thriller "The Next Skin" — though even if answered, the matter of exactly who "he" is would continue to hang in the…
A slow-simmering, Western-style action drama of blood feud, misfired machismo, and spiritual quest spread across Tibet's rolling steppes and scorching deserts.
How can a lonely woman break out of a decades-long devolution into dowdiness and invisibility? Thereby hangs a tail in Russian director Ivan I. Tverdovsky’s second feature after his well-received…
In his quasi-metaphysical thriller "The Confessions," Italian director Roberto Andò disrupts a G8 summit by slipping in a mysterious and unorthodox monk.
It's fair to say that anyone who goes to see “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” will expect a certain amount of bang (pun intended) for their buck. The movie, after all, has “wedding” in the title…
An exquisite, evocative and elusive tale of abandonment and the psychological scars of war, "House of Others" is, incredibly, the first feature from Georgian director Rusudan Glurjidze.
The thesis that many thirtysomething men these days are essentially still children in larger (and often dirtier) T-shirts is hardly a revelatory one in the age of Judd Apatow, but "Kamper"…