Helmer Lucia Cedron's respectable first feature reps a well-made but curiously soft family drama.
An amusing satire overwhelmed by its multiplicity of interconnected stories.
A daughter of the inner circle provides an unapologetic and affectionate portrait of old-school gangsters from London's East End in Nicola Collins' charismatic "The End."
A pitch-perfect story about young love, sex, ethnicity and fear of being an outsider.
Shutterbug/vid artist Delphine Kreueter focuses her singular vision on a wildly dysfunctional family and the teen at its center in the disturbing, engrossing "57000 Km Between Us."
Auds are invited to sit in with a collection of soul-searching males in the gritty Australian indie "Men's Group."
The familial aftermath of one of North Korea's espionage escapades is superficially investigated in half-hearted docu "Megumi."
Yuya Ishii's tedious, low-budget semi-surreal comedy plots an uneasy course between fart jokes and attempted pathos.
Loud in every sense of the word, the high volume and bright costumes of "African Footprint" serve parts of the South African song and dance revue well, especially the fabulous gumboot dancing and the…
"Incendiary" aspires to so much it ends up being less than the sum of its parts -- one of which is a terrific performance by Michelle Williams.
Euro blockbuster "Asterix at the Olympic Games" would take the silver or bronze medal in any Quality Olympics, ranking below smarter predecessor "Asterix & Obelix: Mission Cleopatra" but on a rough…