The lure of Matthew McConaughey shirtless for extended stretches doubtless has some marketing value, but after that, "Fool's Gold" offers small compensation.
Jessica Alba sees dead people in "The Eye," a Hollywood version of the Pang brothers' 2002 Hong Kong spookfest that's already spawned three sequels and an Indian remake ("Naina").
Snippets of lives moving through stark isolation form the narrative of Jose Luis Torres Leiva's remarkable feature helming debut, "The Sky, the Earth and the Rain."
Obviously the product of minimal effort by all parties involved, "Strange Wilderness" is a slovenly, slapped-together stoner comedy about producers of a ratings-challenged wildlife TV series who go…
Tanaz Eshaghian effortlessly shifts from her lively autobiographical docs to the tougher conditions of a Tehran sex-change clinic in "Be Like Others."
A creepily symbiotic relationship develops between a professional assassin and his mark in "The Killer," a modest but well-played debut by writer-director Cedric Anger that deserves sidebar exposure…
If it's hard to believe such a cannily comic first feature could come from as dim a wit as Waitt portrays himself, any manipulation here pays off.
A courageous scab-ripper of a tale about slavery, white privilege and original sin.
A New Mexico outcast thrashes his way to the bigtime in an absurdist underdog yarn that feels positively Martian.
Dysfunctional family seriocomedy is well cast, but characters and conflicts lack the sharper definition of similar recent exercises.
All the elements are present and correct, but there's a lack of real bounce to "The Merry Widow," the much-anticipated sophomore outing by actress/writer-turned-director Isabelle Mergault after her…