The film plays like a mix-tape sample of scenes from "Heroes," "Fringe," "Alias" and "The X-Files."
A phone conversation rife with middle-class guilt and lost love spans two continents, but can't bridge viewer impatience.
A not-quite-romantic-comedy that should click with the young-adult demos of both sexes.
A moody London-set thriller in which the thrills are more about bedrooms than bullets, Gallic-helmed "Spy(ies)" dips its USB key into the romantic side-effects of international espionage, to…
Wry, sympathetic visuals and an infectious warmth mark Takatsugu Naito's enjoyable scholarship feature, "The Dark Harbor."
More interesting for its intentions than for what it actually achieves, Tsui Hark's romantic comedy "All About Women" scores high on energy but low on real laffs.
The plot sounds like something out of a Harold Robbins novel, but Mahmut Fazil Coskun carefully eliminates any hint of melodrama with the spare, measured, observational visuals of his debut, "Wrong…
"Lulu and Jimi" pits an African-American carnival worker and a white, well-scrubbed German woman against the violent racism of mid-'50s small-town Deutschland.
The death of a young Afghani hired by Western journalists is removed from the newspaper margins and put front and center in docu helmer Ian Olds' unflinching "Fixer: The Taking of Ajmal Naqshbandi."
"Dogging" is British slang for an apparently popular pastime involving having sex with strangers in parking lots; "Dogging: A Love Story" is a dull, largely unfunny energy-sapper by novice features…
Two 18-year-olds from apostolic Lutheran families wind up sampling "Forbidden Fruit" in Finnish director Dome Karukoski's ("Home of the Dark Butterflies") melodramatic coming-of-ager.