It's hard to find the genuine heartfelt moments in "The Lucky Ones," a story about three Iraq War soldiers on a brief road trip back in the U.S., under the clutter of narrative contrivances and…
The wild life of France's most notorious modern-day criminal, Jacques Mesrine, is delivered with the rushed urgency of an overnight package in "Public Enemy Number One."
Vaguely resembling a Tim Burton toon, minus the magic, "Igor" is a mirthless animated romp set in the world of mad scientists and the woefully misunderstood hunchbacks who assist them.
Ambitious but ungainly docu "Killing Kasztner" delves into the complex history of Budapest lawyer Israel Kasztner.
Recent evidence suggested the prospect of seeing Matthew McConaughey shirtless was enough to cause at least a medium stampede of female patrons toward opening-weekend box offices.
A nonfiction pirate movie that tickles one's inner eco-radical, "At the Edge of the World" spends a season in the frozen sea with Paul Watson and his militant-mariner Sea Shepherd crew as they try to…
The short life of Pedro Zamora, the famously outspoken AIDS activist and "The Real World: San Francisco" subject who died before the 1994 season finale aired on MTV, is effectively dramatized in Nick…
A Kabuli taxi driver's discovery of a swaddled infant in the backseat of his cab ignites a series of seriocomic reactions that paint a complex portrait of the cabbie, his city and his culture in…
A portrait of the artist as a young wreck, "Down to the Dirt" is an uneven yet flavorful adaptation of Joel Thomas Hynes' autobiographical novel, with the author playing his own alter ego — an…
Considering the popularity, it's a shame Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi didn't do more with "Youssou Ndour" than make what often feels like an elaborate DVD extra.
A tragic accident in Turin's ThyssenKrupp steel factory is recounted from the survivors' p.o.v. in "The Germans' Factory."
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