A finely wrought, Merchant-Ivory-style Brit-lit adaptation rather curiously unloaded by Miramax smack amid Stateside summer tentpole season -- just before fall fest season and the unveiling of awards…
While interning at a hospital in Cali, Colombia, an idealistic young physician from Frankfurt (hot Teuton star August Diehl, "The Counterfeiters") naively interferes in favela turf wars with…
Stephen Dorff's powerhouse perf as an ordinary Joe trapped behind bars with warring ethnic psychopaths propels "Felon" well ahead of its expose/exploitation brethren while still avoiding the pious…
An undisciplined yarn about three Sydney sailors about to sail for Iraq, "Three Blind Mice" gets caught in the trap of its John Cassavetes-like aspirations.
As light as a banana souffle and about as substantial, "Space Chimps" is a diverting dish for young moviegoing primates. Though dwarfed by the summer's two 800-pound animated gorillas (well, one…
Things change in "Expatriate," but they don't resolve. That's true of the plot in this two-person play with music, about the rise and fall of an American singing duo in France, and it's true of the…
Achim Bornhak's Eurotrash biopic of Uschi Obermaier, German supermodel and radical-chic icon of the '60s, is one long tease.
Fun facts from the National Geographic Channel and Frisbee are important markers on the road to happiness in the Indian indie "R(evolution)."
Two opportunists test their patience as well as the audience's in the Hungarian oddity "Bahrtalo!" Docu-fiction hybrid from helmer Robert Lakatos, who reportedly met the real-life leads in a bar, is…
No doubt Pearl Fryar qualifies as a highly original topiary sculptor, an inspirational human being and a credit to his community. But after hearing this refrain from his neighbors, his pastor, his…
A labor-of-love docu about Australian sprinter Peter Norman and his role in the moment, at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.