Two Russian soldiers force a Chechen hostage to be their guide through hostile territory to find captured comrades in the contempo Russian war story "Captive." Considering how nationalistic…
The woods have recently grown so full of zombie comedies that one must pause to recall the last time there was a fully serious undead pic.
The titular destructive force that descends on five gay chums in "Whirlpool."
A son's frustrated efforts to help his aging mother cope with Alzheimer's disease is given anything but standard treatment.
The concept of art as therapy is severely tested in "Hi My Name Is Ryan," an endurance-challenging profile of Arizona-based performer and devout Mormon Ryan Avery.
"Wanted" devilishly ups the ante to a new level in adapting violent comics to the bigscreen. By confidently grafting nastily creative, high-tech new ways to kill people onto traditional dramatic…
A four-way emotional collision is scrutinized in "The Edge of Love."
A Russian opera singer undergoes a strange transformation after her son disappears without a trace during a visit to her hometown in helmer Kirill Serebrennikov's sophomore feature "Yuri's Day."
China's passion for gymnastics comes with an extraordinary human toll, says Gan Chao's revelatory, often brutally unblinking documentary "The Red Race."
Plucky, likable and determined to succeed, much like its heroine, "Kit Kittredge: An American Girl" is a throwback to the kinds of movies they don't make anymore.
An intelligent script is the key selling point of "Crossing Dates," a relay drama that offers multiple viewpoints but has difficulty demonstrating why they're pieced together.