WWII traumas live on more than six decades later in "63 Years On," a low-key but determined documentary concerning the "comfort women" supplied by the Japanese government for the sexual pleasure of…
Five servicewomen stare in disbelief at a History Channel special on the fighting in Ramadi; they were in the thick of several clashes depicted on-screen, yet are not visible in the footage…
Raw-youth drama has long since become a cinematic cliche -- albeit one than can always be rejuiced by a fresh perspective.
Given its social significance, Basque terrorism has been the subject of surprisingly few Spanish films -- a situation the disturbing "Who's Next" aims to rectify.
After 19 years away, veteran helmer Giuliano Montaldo makes an airless return to features with "The Demons of St. Petersburg," an overstaged, fanciful Fyodor Dostoyevsky biopic.
Think your job environment is inhospitable? Try working alongside the scientists posted in high-altitude Antarctica at temperatures down to minus-60 degrees Fahrenheit in "Ice People."
"Touching Home" emerges as a formulaic triumph-over-odds tale with too little distinguishing detail.
Potent, evenhanded "Ask Not" argues that the "don't ask, don't tell" policy has only harmed U.S. military strength since President Clinton signed the ersatz "honorable compromise" in 1993.
If "A Previous Engagement" makes one think of the Harry Potter films, it's only because Juliet Stevenson is perhaps the only English actress of her stature who hasn't found a sinecure in the…
Nobody's innocent in "The Great Alibi," a highly chatty, highly French whodunit from veteran writer and Jacques Rivette collaborator Pascal Bonitzer ("Small Cuts") that adapts Agatha Christie's 1946…