Medieval pirates, assorted sorcerers, giant cannons and Thai star Ananda Everingham riding a giant stingray are just some of the visual attractions in "Queens of Langkasuka," a long-in-the-works…
Actor-turned-director Mark Webber combines the worst of two schemes in his debut feature, "Explicit Ills": overweening artistic pretense with a crudely conceived political message.
Based on a true story, "Stone of Destiny" dramatizes how a gaggle of students broke into London's Westminster Abbey on Christmas Eve, 1950, and stole the ancient Stone of Destiny in order to return…
With roughly 9,000 residents, Trinidad, Colo., is an unlikely place to serve as the "sex-change capital of the world."
Assorted issues -- dyslexia, adult illiteracy, the plight of careers for the disabled -- are refracted through the prism of drama in "Summer," helmer Kenny Glenaan's well-meaning but schematic third…
Sonic Youth has been documented by a host of filmmakers ranging from Jonas Mekas to Braden King, but the leading band of the No Wave movement has never been quite as expressively and thoroughly…
"Fate" aspires to the crown of epic Korean gangster sagas like "Friend" and "A Dirty Carnival" but falls short in scripting and doesn't justify its two-hour length.
"Would-be" is the operative term in tabloid documentarians Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato's "Heidi Fleiss: The Would-Be Madam of Crystal," as neither the helmers nor their subject arrive at their…
"Mum & Dad" reps a largely comic spin on the currently popular torture-porn genre, yielding mixed results.
A timely shout-out to Blighty's youth (given the recent escalation in teen crime) to resist the temptations of violence and revenge, urban drama "Adulthood" reps an impressive, energetic sequel to…
The volatile ups and downs of horse racing are genially, if rather dully, distilled in John Corey's tyro docu. Account of the bittersweet, short-lived career of San Francisco thoroughbred Lost in the…