Biopic offers could be waved at Kiran Bedi following "Yes Madam, Sir," an enthralling chronicle of her brilliant, tempestuous career as India's first elite policewoman.
A too-rare example of a made-for-kids movie from a territory that's guilty of cinematic child neglect, "Carlitos and the Field of Dreams" is high-energy, wholesome entertainment at its most polished…
After successfully portraying the perverse literary ambitions of several wannabe writers in "Poison Friends," writer-helmer Emmanuel Bourdieu takes a stab at intellectualizing a B-grade family…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
The creeping lassitude evident in cult toonster Mamoru Oshii's "Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence" reaches its apex in "The Sky Crawlers," which lands on the screen with a soft thud and stays there for…
"In Paraguay" feels atypically passive -- a homemovie whose shape and substance are devoid of the helmer's familiar wry commentary.
Iranian expatriate cineaste Amir Naderi returns to the desert in "Vegas: Based on a True Story," as a destructive force rips through a family in precarious remission from full-blown addiction.
As bereft of interesting ideas as its slightly dyspeptic playwright subject, Daniel Burman's "Empty Nest" flails to comprehend a married couple whose children have left home.
This is the kind of sparsely plotted comedy that depends on compelling characters, but it stars two young actors defined by ironic detachment.
Two resilient little sisters bear up as best they can when their desperate mom dumps them with relatives in So Yong Kim's "Treeless Mountain," which finds the "In Between Days" filmmaker shifting…
With minimal regard for acting, production values or the fundamentals of screenwriting, self-distributed romantic thriller addresses a ripped-from-the-headlines hate crime with such earnestness…
Director Neele Vollmar's second feature, "Peaceful Times," is a 1960s-set family dramedy that doesn't quite have the stuff to make a dent at arthouses abroad.