The road to perdition is paved with drugs, violence, rough sex and loud music in helmer Rene Vilbre's downbeat Estonian youth pic "I Was Here."
Arriving nearly 20 years past its sell-by date, the broad political comedy "Mao Tse Tung," from Albanian helmer Besnik Bisha, comes off as a repetitive, self-consciously colorful curio.
Imagine Kimberly Peirce's "Boys Don't Cry" with a happy ending and a European Afterschool Special tone and you'll get a sense of the flavor of "To Faro."
It might be accurate to describe "Wicked Lake" as a bloody awful horror-thriller about lesbian cannibal witches -- but really, even that makes it sound much more interesting than it actually is.
The July 18 weekend dramatized why this summer is like no other. The domestic box office topped a quarter of a billion dollars in just three days, fueled by the record-breaking $158.3 million opening…