If the medicine's going to taste as bad as it does in "Standard Operating Procedure," it had better be really good for you.
Slick but extremely slim, "Jumper" seemingly attempts to heed the advice of its teleporting protagonist, who at one point suggests a trip to Rome that will "skip all the boring parts."
Effervescent comedy "Happy-Go-Lucky" offers a contempo slice-of-life seen through the eyes of free-spirited north London primary teacher,
A ripping Gallic yarn that should match or exceed the robust figures of its predecessor.
Very Korean in its emotional content, pic is one of Yeong-ho's lightest and most easily digestible metaphysical meals to date.
A long-lost filmed record of a 1971 theatrical monologue by Klaus Kinski that turned into a confrontation with the hostile audience and an endurance test for the famously intense actor, "Jesus Christ…
Intriguing intimate drama of knotty relationships is almost spoiled by low-skilled helming in Japanese low-budget meller.
Essentially a conventional story about drug addiction and the redemptive power of female friendship, Russian drama "Nirvana" compels attention for its outrageously over-the-top costumes and makeup…
This remarkably intimate cinema verite portrait of playwright-turned-statesman Vaclav Havel is a revealing look at a tumultuous period.
"Cherry Blossoms: Hanami" follows a grieving widower's journey to Japan and a new understanding of both his late wife and himself.
One-note celebration of violence-for-good that plays like a recruitment film for fascist thugs.