Nick Broomfield's recent stride into narrative filmmaking continues with "Battle for Haditha."
"Frontier(s)" is a 100-minute hemorrhage that doesn't bring anything to the operating table of torture-porn but more gore, cruelty and misery.
Two lonely Angelenos miss the sense of touch so much they crash into each other in "What's Up, Scarlet?"
With his bar exam only days away, an overeager law intern agrees to drive his boss' niece cross-country in "Moving McAllister," the sort of meandering road-trip comedy in which the characters must…
A century of Chinese and Chinese-American screen representation is gracefully charted in Arthur Dong's documentary "Hollywood Chinese."
Ken Ehrlich, the last-minute replacement for the "American Idol" braintrust that bowed out of producing this year's Emmycast, decided to keep things simple and gimmick-free -- and make very sparing…
A young romantic trails a gamine around Strasbourg in "In the City of Sylvia," a finely tuned meditation on looking and longing in which auteur Jose Luis Guerin brings the same keen attention to…
Auds will find Hector Babenco's wrestling of Alan Pauls' novel "El pasado" into a feature-length film akin to someone jamming a chateaubriand into a champagne glass.
Charming, witty and playful, "Gone With the Woman" is the best film so far by "Elling" helmer Petter Naess.
A low-energy buddy laffer with zero chemistry between its pair of unlikeable, lackadaisical leads, "New York City Serenade" is a series of sour notes. Third helming effort from fine thesp Frank…
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