While fulfilling titular obligations, "Six Sex Scenes and a Murder" provides tepid titillation as various suspects produce carnal alibis around the slaying of a handsome ne'er-do-well.
Children and parents alike live in fear of being bullied in "Cowards," a well-turned sophomore drama from a helming duo whose debut -- Barcelona barrio dramedy "Tapas" -- was one of 2005's…
A fearsome plunge into the world of child soldiers in present-day West Africa, "Johnny Mad Dog" initially repulses with its brutalizing depictions of civil-war carnage.
A fully sustained immersion in the academics, attitudes and frequent altercations of a group of junior high school students.
Like an anxious artist afraid he may not get another chance, Charlie Kaufman tries to Say It All in his directorial debut.
Norwegian writer-helmer Bent Hamer's fifth feature, tragicomedy "O'Horten," returns to the domestic landscapes, offbeat humanism and stylistic quirks of his earlier work.
"Adoration" folds all sorts of post-9/11 questions into a very Egoyanesque miasma of elegantly fractured chronology and provocative ideas.
Set in a remote Amazonia community that's installed a young mystic as a living saint, pic is maddeningly self-indulgent, pulling out many of the usual indie Latin cinema hallmarks.
Longtime documentarian and Time film critic Richard Schickel brings both privileged access and humble cinephilia into Warner Bros.' vaults for five-hour "You Must Remember This."
Over-the-top, violence-laden shocker "Surveillance" should have gone straight to ancillary, where it might have been discovered and feted by a few cult-fare obsessives.
Sophomore feature 'Tony Manero' by Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain continually intrigues as tone constantly shifts about, in line with unexpected plot twists.