Blighty's most anarchic, un-PC girls' school -- created by cartoonist Ronald Searle, and the inspiration for five movies between 1954 and 1980 -- rides again in 21st century makeover "St. Trinian's."
Lively romantic comedy follows a diverse group of characters hoping to realize their dreams through a singing competition.
An American woman travels to Cairo to find a former love but ends up pursuing a passion for belly dancing and discovering her true self.
As the second round of an earthbound smackdown between two iconic extraterrestrials, "Aliens vs. Predator -- Requiem" provides enough cheap thrills and modest suspense to shake a few shekels from…
Two idealistic former comrades who survived Lebanon's civil war take revenge on those who wronged them in "Khalass."
Marion Cajori's magisterial documentary on renowned painter Chuck Close, begun in 1993 and finally edited just before the filmmaker's 2006 death, unerringly focuses on the two most elusive qualities…
A devout woman's life starts to unravel when she becomes hooked on slot machines at the local casino in "Confessions of a Gambler."
One of the German-speaking world's most beloved stories, that of the fairy tale-like marriage between Bavaria's teenage Princess Elizabeth and Austria's Emperor Franz Joseph, gets a right royal…
A feel-good urban romance that even pulls a few surprises despite occasional stock characters, "Life in a Metro" is a delightful, breezy playfest weaving loves gained and thwarted through the…
The cinematic clock goes effortlessly back 40 years or so with "Why Men Don't Listen and Women Can't Park," an old-fashioned battle-of-the sexes comedy in contempo, self-help dress.
Ambitiously re-creating the journey from west Sub-Saharan Africa to Spain by three would-be immigrants, "14 Kilometers" is honest in its portrayal of physical and psychological stress and in its…