A tale of a poor, spunky widow and her six children, "A Home of Our Own" is a tepid 1990s combo of "Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore" and "Places in the Heart." Audiences will likely find no…
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of the innovative music band, "Half Japa-nese" is a mockumentary a la "This Is Spinal Tap" that just "happens" to be about a real band. Mildly entertaining, though…
Glaser, along with director and co-author Greg Howells, infuses her work with the type of wonderfully observed details that make even the more eccentric characters uncannily familiar. Presented are…
Director Silvio Soldini confirms he's one of Italy's rising new talents with "A Soul Split in Two," about a lonely department store detective's infatuation with a free-thinking gypsy girl. Sensitive…
Also with: Lorenzo Quinteros, Andre Melancon.
Reducing the battle between the sexes to a witty war of words, "The Myth of the Male Orgasm" is a rare Canadian export that's both timely and jocular enough to make it ripe for moderate cross-border…
Also with: Francesco Maria Dominedo, Albert Vidal, Angel de Andres Lopez, Benisio del Toro.
Despite some steamy sex and frontal nudity, male and female, "Paris, France" is a silly farce with few amusing moments and many more boring ones. Pretentious yarn concerns a novelist who engages in…
Agnes Merlet's impressive first feature (inspired by a newspaper story) is a scary portrait of potentially very violent youngsters who have scarcely reached the age of puberty. Compassionate but…