A fine cast makes sure Noel Coward's champagne remains bubbly in "Easy Virtue."
Plays for much of its running time like a dime-store version of Arthur Miller, only to conclude in a wrenching, extraordinarily brutal sequence that is as upsetting as it is moving.
This based-on-a-true-story heroic account of French-Algerian clown Miloud Oukili, who rescued Romanian children arrives awash in facile sentimentality.
A tepid fantasy-adventure weighed down with annoying swaths of leaden whimsy.
Returning to his paternal origins in Kashmir, multihyphenate Tariq Tapa makes a respectable debut with a gritty tale of unlikely friendship, "Zero Bridge."
German writer-helmer Caroline Link defies expectations as deliberately as "A Year Ago in Winter's" rebellious heroine does.
An incendiary anonymous diary describing Russian soldiers raping and pillaging during the final days of World War II -- and an against-all-odds relationship that emerged from that -- become a…
The hints of glib cleverness that hovered around Rian Johnson's debut, "Brick," burst into full, glaring view in his cheeky follow-up, "The Brothers Bloom."
The controversial subject of same-sex adoption gets a crowdpleasing makeover in "Baby Love," the debut Gallic dramedy from writer-director Vincent Garenq.
A strong, perceptive, old-school arthouse pic with solid legs in all media.
French splatterfest "Martyrs" offers a few genuine scares early on, but they're quickly washed away by all the blood tossed around by writer-director Pascal Laugier ("House of Voices"). With no…
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