Daniel and Diego Vega's follow-up to 'October' offers a damning portrait of society.
Locarno Film Festival
Quentin Dupieux's latest provocation manages to seem both insipid and pretentious.
This blood-spattered pseudo-Freudian nonsense is suitable only for the most avid giallo groupies.
This maddeningly undisciplined and egocentric docu might generate curiosity seekers in Italy.
An outstanding cast does what it can to enliven "Mr. Morgan's Last Love," a mostly mawkish melodrama from "Mostly Martha" helmer Sandra Nettelbeck starring Michael Caine as a crusty Paris widower and…
This limp "Mrs. Doubtfire"/"Tootsie" knockoff seems destined to find its most captive offshore audiences in-flight.
Although not for everyone, this surprising prose poem on the randomness of life itself should earn fest interest and deserved cult status.
Louise Archambault's heart-tugger fits into the solid market for well-made, uplifting stories about individuals with special needs.
Lionel Baier's period comedy delights in film history, but feels too forced and artificial in its striving for 1970s screwball vibe.
Director David Wnendt and breakout star Carla Juri leave no bodily orifice unexplored in this spiky, smartly packaged commercial enterprise.