Madonna's directorial debut is ineptly written and helmed. The story of three Londoners, although quite bad, does have a few redeeming features.
A movie that is utterly engrossing despite being, on the surface, about very little.
A generically simplified script weakens this worthy child-soldier drama inspired by, but deliberately veering from, the memoir by Senait G. Mehari.
The promise Salvatore Mereu showed in his debut, "Three-Step Dance," comes to stunning fruition with his elegiac follow-up, "Sonetaula."
An outward expedition is eclipsed by a more fruitful inward journey in this engaging musical documentary.
The forces of pattern and hazard do a dance in Philippe Barcinski's promising and ambitious first feature, "Not by Chance."
Violence begets violence and pat homilies in crimer-cum-morality tale "Lady Jane," from earthy French helmer Robert Guediguian.
Gay partners make a personal journey through the Byzantine world of Italian politics and into the dark heart of homophobia.
Postwar grief and progressive thought take a backseat to the shrine of motherhood in this deliberately paced WWII melodrama.
There's a tug of war in play between ironic detachment and earnest sincerity in composer Tom Kitt and writer-lyricist Brian Yorkey's musical about an ordinary family whose lives have inescapably been…
With more dancing and less Channing Tatum than the original, "Step Up 2 the Streets" offers the illusion of edgier fare than "High School Musical," but uses much the same formula to separate…