Salt on Our Skin is an old-fashioned weepie about mismatched lovers whose rare, passionate encounters over 30 years make both their lives worth living.
A London Jewish kid finds his real dad is in the bacon trade in Leon the Pig Farmer, a good-humored riff on Jewish-gentile stereotypes.
Coming nine years after the original, this supernatural horror sequel is a competently made but uninspired effort. Gore fans should dig it.
A stellar cast, lavish production values and an epic storyline combine for blue-blooded suds in The House of the Spirits. Bille August's high-toned reduction of Isabel Allende's 1985 worldwide…
For those who saw Luc Besson's high-tech thriller Nikita, about a female criminal transformed into a government assassin, this soulless, efficiently slavish remake [of the 1990 French pic] is almost…
Some surefire slapstick footage is about all that's funny in the stillborn comedy Hexed. Writer-director Alan Spencer's debut pic makes one long for the sophistication of Police Academy movies.
A slickly mounted Gotham comedy about two gays who try to hoodwink the Chinese partner's parents with a phony marriage, The Wed ding Banquet slides down easily even if it doesn't leave much…
Scotland gets its first road movie with Soft Top Hard Shoulder, a wafer-thin but likable addition to the genre.
A portrait of young Latino women in the Los Angeles barrios, Allison Anders' Mi Vida Loca is a particularly disappointing follow-up to Gas, Food Lodging. Dramatically fuzzy and very flat visually and…
This at first comes across like a mean-spirited black comedy and then snowballs into a reasonably powerful portrait of social alienation. The tone is unremittingly dour, however.