Oliver Irving's droll comedy is a taxing reminder that middle-class depression ranks among cinema's least engaging topics.
Toying with shifting determinations of guilt and innocence, helmer Pieter Kuijpers builds scenes well but periodically spoils credibility with unlikely action.
Sixty-four world premieres fill the lineup of the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas, which kicks off with Robert Luketic's card-counting thriller "21."
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Helmer Lucia Cedron's respectable first feature reps a well-made but curiously soft family drama.
Michael Radford is set to direct "Taj," the love story between 17th century Mughal emperor Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal, the queen for whom he built the Taj Mahal as a mausoleum.
Amy Adams is in negotiations to star opposite Ben Stiller in 20th Century Fox's "Night at the Museum 2."
An amusing satire overwhelmed by its multiplicity of interconnected stories.
A daughter of the inner circle provides an unapologetic and affectionate portrait of old-school gangsters from London's East End in Nicola Collins' charismatic "The End."
A pitch-perfect story about young love, sex, ethnicity and fear of being an outsider.
"Atonement" has plenty of Oscar-movie gloss: literary pedigree, a tony British setting, tragic romance, luminous stars in period costume, even a dollop of Good War heroism.