Although its script and direction are little more than average, Daniel Ribeiro's gay coming-of-age debut has an undeniable appeal.
A strong, jittery social drama that captures the frustrations of Iran's younger generation.
A generic domestic drama that refuses to look its political context in the eye.
The aliens in "Star-Crossed" haven't technically arrived yet -- we're told in voiceover they landed on May 16, 2014 -- so perhaps it's not too late to correct the situation, "Terminator"-style…
A clever Korean comedy/thriller that cries out for more stylish foreign-language remake.
A gentle, attractive coming-out story of modest ambition and zero pretension.
Maurice Linnane chronicles an important, atypically tranquil moment in Amy Winehouse's tumultuous career.
Georgian helmer Tinatan Kajrishvili makes an atmospheric but overly vague debut.
Although there can scarcely have been a time when the warnings of "1984" didn't feel urgent, Edward Snowden's revelations about present-day governmental monitoring of private behavior have turned…
Marcel Ophuls might have done well to let someone else direct this energetic but scattershot self-portrait.
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