The bluntly titled "Zack and Miri Make A Porno" is a cheerfully vulgar love story or a sweet-hearted sex farce, however you want to look at it.
Spike Lee loses the battles and the war in "Miracle at St. Anna," a poorly constructed drama designed to spotlight the role of black American soldiers in World War II.
Something feels lost in the bigscreen adaptation of Leena Lander's widely translated (albeit not into English) 1991 novel, "The Home of Dark Butterflies."
"Appaloosa" is a decent Western made in an era when a Western has to be pretty darn good to rope people into a theater to see it.
Offering classic lovers-on-the-run melodrama amid spectacular widescreen backdrops, Marie-Jaoul de Poncheville's "Tengri: Blue Heavens" is arthouse exotica of the most accessible sort.
Chipping away at the Indian institution of arranged marriage one feature at a time, Deepa Mehta brings her latest taboo-challenging critique home to Canada with "Heaven on Earth."
Biopic offers could be waved at Kiran Bedi following "Yes Madam, Sir," an enthralling chronicle of her brilliant, tempestuous career as India's first elite policewoman.
A too-rare example of a made-for-kids movie from a territory that's guilty of cinematic child neglect, "Carlitos and the Field of Dreams" is high-energy, wholesome entertainment at its most polished…
After successfully portraying the perverse literary ambitions of several wannabe writers in "Poison Friends," writer-helmer Emmanuel Bourdieu takes a stab at intellectualizing a B-grade family…
The creeping lassitude evident in cult toonster Mamoru Oshii's "Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence" reaches its apex in "The Sky Crawlers," which lands on the screen with a soft thud and stays there for…
"In Paraguay" feels atypically passive -- a homemovie whose shape and substance are devoid of the helmer's familiar wry commentary.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions