Revelers celebrating the 40th anni of France's famous May uprising will find little to holler about in "Born in '68."
"Home" modestly observes a rural French's family's stubborn bid to stay put as high-speed life -- in the form of a new expressway -- paves the path to eventual displacement.
When a blonde bimbo whose superficial lifestyle hasn't required much in the way of reflection is forced to take a job at the geek shop "Astropia," a transformation takes place.
A naive young man plumbs the depths of sexual humiliation following his idol's death in "I Dreamt Under the Water," an airless feature debut for shutterbug Hormoz. Expanded from his homonymous 2005…
All the building blocks are here, but docu helmer Ibrahim El Batout's second fiction feature has difficulty fitting them together into a cohesive picture.
Eclipsing Steven Soderbergh's "Che" for the dubious distinction of longest movie at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival (and winning by more than 30 minutes), "Now Showing" reps an audacious undertaking by…
"As Simple as That" marks a milestone in current Iranian cinema as a rare realist depiction of a woman from the middle class.
Few ticketbuyers will take joy in "The Pleasure of Being Robbed," Joshua Safdie's pranksterish New York indie portrait of a deeply unsympathetic young distaff hustler.
"Old Joy" helmer Kelly Reichardt plays to her strengths in "Wendy and Lucy," a modest yet deeply felt road movie about an idealistic young drifter.
A young couple at a remote house get some very-latenight, highly unwelcome visitors in debuting writer-director Bryan Bertino's effectively stripped-down thriller "The Strangers."
The makers of "Hoop Dreams" deliver a powerful anti-death penalty polemic built around a compelling central presence in this understated documentary, only to diffuse the emotional impact by…