A powerfully written and directed essay in courage, "Shame" tensely relates the story of Mukhtaran Mai, a Pakistani village woman who, in 2002, was publicly gang-raped.
Diehard John Waters fans who've been lamenting the director's detour in recent years from his subversive bad-taste roots into tamer territory will be appeased by gleeful filth and outrageousness. A…
After making a name in Mexican theater, Antonio Serrano has turned his own successful stage play "Sex, Shame and Tears" into a talky but often amusing film about a group of yuppies who have failed to…
True to its hybrid billing as an action-comedy, this writer/director/star turn by "In Living Color" creator Keenen Ivory Wayans isn't flat-out funny enough to completely work as a comedy and doesn't…