Brit helmer Terence Davies returns to filmmaking with "Of Time and the City," a highly personal film essay about his hometown, Liverpool.
A thematic companion piece to "Mystic River" but more complex and far-reaching, "Changeling" impressively continues Clint Eastwood's great run of ambitious late-career pictures.
While "Tennessee" scribe Russell Schaumberg never met a cliche he didn't like, helmer Aaron Woodley tries to inject authenticity into script's prefab structure, helped by Adam Rothenberg's strong perf
A re-edited, re-scored, re-narrated -- by Whoopi Goldberg -- and repurposed feature version of the hit Animal Planet series about the industrious little critters contains nothing the show's fans…
The celebratory tenor heralded by the title of Khashyar Darvich's "Dalai Lama Renaissance" belies what's onscreen.
The seminal multihyphenate auteur of "Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song" has just reinvented himself -- cleverly, as it happens -- as a video artiste.
Devastation and abandonment in the wake of suicide haunt Erica Dunton's downbeat road movie, "The 27 Club."
Sissy Spacek faces down murderous drug dealers and races through the cornfields to protect her grandson in a heartstring-tugger about the importance of family.
Belgium's Dardenne brothers make some slight adjustments to their formula but maintain their unblinking commitment to human nature.
Familiar themes get a fresh spin in well-crafted coming-of-ager "Acne," an assured feature debut from Uruguayan writer-helmer Fernando Veiroj.
Drearily austere look at a disaffected teen coming to terms with tragedy at an East Coast prep school.