A tragic accident provides an excuse for a dysfunctional family to relive past grudges and grievances.
Spinning five short books into one sleek yarn, "The Spiderwick Chronicles" is a brisk, fine-tuned adaptation of Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Black's bestselling children's series.
"Summer Book" breathes a quiet assurance that's very impressive for a first feature.
Low-budget drama intelligently translates Philip Roth's meditation on lust and mortality without soft-pedaling its narrator's brutally honest, unabashedly sexist views.
The first film in five years from Taiwanese helmer Chang Tso-chi is hardly worth the wait.
Meant to explore the difficulties faced by gay men in Turkish society, pic will work best for auds coming to the material for the first time.
All the ironies and absurdities of the Balkans come into play in this witty road trip proving you can't get there from here.
Title's provocative nature is, in fact, merely a straightforward statement without underlying meaning.
A young German soldier who's returned from Afghanistan finds his emotional and sexual life thrown into the blender by post-traumatic stress disorder in the modest but engagingly played "Night Before…
Triple threat of tight scripting, impassioned playing and fluid helming sells 'Chiko' as a forceful Turkish-German 'Scarface.'