A familiar but intensely rendered portrait of a former mining community in East Durham, northern England, "Like Father" brooks no sugar-coating as it examines the messy consequences of…
A WWII German soldier makes a heroic, three-year trek home from a Siberian labor camp in "As Far as My Feet Will Carry Me," a good old slice of widescreen entertainment shot in spectacular locations.
"Calmness" takes an unusually profound look at civil unrest in India, contrasting senseless brother-kill-brother violence with the Hindu philosophy of looking inward to attain peace.
A familiar but enjoyable comedy-fantasy about an ex-gambler who finds a mysterious, preserved head that can pick winning horses, "On the Nose" is able entertainment in a light vein.
In "Balalaika," Ali Ozgenturk ("The Horse") again shows he's one of Turkey's most gifted storytellers, capable of bringing characters vividly to life.
Ted Bogosian's "The Press Secretary" is the powder-puffed dessert following the main courses that were "The War Room" and "A Perfect Candidate" -- this time giving us an insider's view of the public…
Testing the maxim that there's no honor among thieves, "Corrupted Hands," from the commercial arm of Iranian cinema, is a genre heist piece that at times seems slavish in its application of American…
Offering a few clever detours while plowing through familiar territory, "All Over the Guy" is a lightweight but likable romantic comedy about two mismatched gay singletons who are, of course, made…
Having acknowledged only a week ago that it invented a critic to lavish praise on its films, Columbia Pictures has now invented its own fans.
A gangland family destroys itself from within in "My Kingdom," an intriguing spin on the British crime genre that's more a series of strong performances than a fully worked-out character drama.
"Big Brother" meets "Escape From Alcatraz" in "The Experiment," a reasonably gripping psychodrama in which a bunch of civilians agree to play guards and prisoners for two weeks in the cause of…