A glib and cheesy women-in-rock meller that doesn't begin to reward the late Canadian actress' effort.
Toronto International Film Festival
Hip-hop, scratching, tagging and the whole international youth art scene prove truly global in "Microphone."
A blast from start to finish, "Viva Riva!" marks the Congo as an African filmmaking center to watch.
Rare pic from Iraq succumbs to the crude filmmaking of first-time feature director Ebrahim Saeedi.
Too many lethargic passages undermine the pic's deep-midnight S&M weirdness.
Pic will likely be remembered as one of the jollier byproducts of South Africa's 2010 World Cup fever.
Pic has little value except as a vivid example of a film's apparently bottomless misogyny.
A saucy novelty bound to find its very small aud among middle-aged, Middle American arthouse patrons.