The heroic true tale of a Brit journalist's rescue of dozens of orphaned Chinese youth in the face of an advancing Japanese army has become a cloddish if gorgeous-looking wartime adventure epic in…
It's a testament to the wit, ingenuity and economy of Christopher Hampton's distillation of Choderlos de Laclos' epistolary 1782 novel "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" that this delicious tournament of sex…
True to its origins as a '60s Japanese animated kiddie favorite, "Speed Racer" blasts into cultural prominence four decades later as an ultra-cartoony actioner defined by its Day-Glo colors…
Filmmaker Heinz Emigholz's ongoing project to film the buildings of key modernist architects continues with the fascinating "Loos Ornamental," chronologically tracking the work of influential…
Versatile helmer Jun Ichikawa gently explores teenage angst in "How to Become Myself."
Everybody's defying the odds in "Zoned In," an up-from-poverty striver story whose subject, Daniel "Sukie" Nartey II, makes it from the South Bronx to the Ivy League.
"Playing for Change" is a pan-global survey of varying styles of world music, is often so exhilarating, its neo-hippie utopianism doesn't seem so implausible.
A kidnapping turns prickly in the Down Under neo-noir "Cactus."