One of the best advertisements for contraception since "Rosemary's Baby," writer-helmer Emily Atef's sophomore feature, "The Stranger in Me," presents a pared-down portrait of one woman's harrowing…
"Vicky Cristina Barcelona" is a sexy, funny divertissement that passes as enjoyably as an idle summer's afternoon in the titular Spanish city.
Although it may not sound like the most exciting place on earth, "Moscow, Belgium" is packed with plenty of drama, laughs and sentimental charm.
A powerfully bleak family drama that leaves its characters' offenses largely offscreen but lingers with agonizing, drawn-out deliberation on the consequences.
For a series so steeped in romance, the eagerly awaited "Sex and the City" movie feels a trifle half-hearted.
A nice looking but heavily formulaic DreamWorks animation entry.
Vet Jerzy Skolimowski makes a small but commanding return to roots in obsessive-love drama "Four Nights With Anna."
Situated somewhere between neo-realist study and standard women in prison pic, "Lion's Den" too frequently wanders into common territories to make the material its own.
Two Frenchmen and a South Korean make a great deal of mischief in "Tokyo!"
A subject that might have repped just another docu about a war atrocity is transmuted via novel use of animation into something special, strange and peculiarly potent.
A poor New Delhi rickshaw driver is the saintly title hero in "Amal," a conventionally crafted but emotionally effective heart-tugger from debuting writer-helmer Richie Mehta.