The (in)famous image of cig-puffing Sean Penn paddling a raft through watery New Orleans helps explain his plucking "The Third Wave."
What becomes a legend most? Surely not being a figurehead in a self-consciously arty pseudo docu-cum-road movie.
One of the most eagerly and long-awaited series follow-ups in screen history delivers the goods.
A troubled teenager joins a racist skinhead gang, which necessarily estranges him from his black best friend and his own Jewish father in "Skin."
Van Damme is back! Gaumont's "JCVD," a French-language meta-movie parody par excellence, constitutes the headiest stretch of the beefy star's career since, well, ever.
When the father is canned at work, an average Tokyo family goes into slo-mo freefall in "Tokyo Sonata," a quizzical dramedy by Kiyoshi Kurosawa that puts some fresh juice into the waning step of the…
Engrossing, beautifully crafted docu "Blind Loves" features four non-sighted subjects repping a range of age and experience.
A heroin addict and the lonely car dealer whom he just tried to burgle end up taking an eventful road trip together in Belgian thesp-helmer Bouli Lanners' small but damn-near perfectly formed…
Bleak portrait of a semi-psychotic Argentine family features a wacko father and son who get involved in various petty capers before they go bare-knuckle in a final act of butchery
Putting sociological elements on an equal footing with drama, Walter Salles and Daniela Thomas look at poor Sao Paulo youth's limited options in "Linha de Passe."
Following "Still Life" and "Useless," documentary and fictional artifice are combined ever more egregiously by Mainland helmer Jia Zhangke in "24 City."