Basketball and Chinese martial arts combine to mildly amusing effect in pan-Chinese co-production "Kung Fu Dunk."
Ryan Reynolds plays a tightly wound efficiency expert whose marital crisis prompts a turn toward seat-of-his-pants living in "Chaos Theory."
A vacationing family plays out a gallery of personal pseudo-dramas at a lush Yucatan resort in "All Inclusive," Chilean helmer Rodrigo Ortuzar's marginally more serious follow-up to his hit sex…
Lumbering rather than moving, Luis Filipe Rocha's "The Other Side" may have been affecting as a telepic in the not-so-distant past, but this tale of a gay man bonding with his chummy Down-syndrome…
In southwest Iran, near the Iraqi border, a resourceful 16-year-old baggage porter becomes smitten with a slightly older Iraqi who's not what she seems in Iranian helmer Rouhollah Hejazi's…
Cringe-worthy racial stereotypes are sent up, but then pandered to, in the genial but weak romantic comedy "This Night Is Still Ours."
Americans, stay home! If the offshore terrorists, organ harvesters, torture-tourism entrepreneurs or angry ghosts don't get you, plant life just might. That last, latest spin on current horror…
Before Bartlett Sher's staging of "South Pacific" gets under way, an excerpt splashed across a front scrim from James A. Michener's source stories characterizes the writer's time stationed in the…
Somewhere in Los Angeles, police officers are helping old ladies across the street, but such acts of chivalry have no place in "Street Kings," a brutal look at police corruption that allows director…
Like a lush tropical getaway that promises paradise and delivers something closer to purgatory, "Nim's Island" is a picturesque adventure-comedy that quickly capsizes under the weight of its…
Laura Bialis' absorbing "Refusenik" charts the decades-long struggle of Soviet Jews and their advocates to pressure the former Soviet Union into letting its oppressed Jewish citizenry emigrate.