A nihilistic high-art film marked by fashionable static takes, banal minimalist dialogue, glacial pacing and ultra-violence.
Cannes Film Festival
A single French father and his shy teen daughter discover romance during a Swedish summer holiday in modest but wistfully charming comic drama.
Structured like a set of interspersed, but not interconnected, short films, sophomore outing for helmer Ruben Ostlund features characters ranging from teens to the late-middle-age.
Following on from "The Grudge," Sarah Michelle Gellar stars in another yet remake of an Asian horror pic with "Possession."
The temptation of artists to fiddle with their earlier works brings preditably mixed results in "Ashes of Time: Redux."
"Versailles" is scripter Pierre Schoeller's largely half-baked feature debut as helmer.
A famed acting duo from Italy's Fascist era gets the traditional biopic treatment in Marco Tullio Giordana's disappointing "Wild Blood."
Yelena Nikolayeva's late '90s-set Russian dramedy "Vanechka" is willing to see the lighter side of woefully underfunded state orphanages.
Brit helmer Terence Davies returns to filmmaking with "Of Time and the City," a highly personal film essay about his hometown, Liverpool.
A thematic companion piece to "Mystic River" but more complex and far-reaching, "Changeling" impressively continues Clint Eastwood's great run of ambitious late-career pictures.
While "Tennessee" scribe Russell Schaumberg never met a cliche he didn't like, helmer Aaron Woodley tries to inject authenticity into script's prefab structure, helped by Adam Rothenberg's strong perf