Gallic helmer Cedric Klapisch stays well within his comfort zone in every sense with "Paris."
Can an implausible setpiece offer up fresh thrills and insights if replayed ad infinitum from different perspectives? Not according to "Vantage Point," a 23-minute movie dragged out, via some…
A desperately unfunny mix of tepid showbiz satire and formulaic romantic comedy, writer-director Amy Heckerling's long-delayed, trouble-plagued "I Could Never Be Your Woman" finally has been released…
G.J. Echternkamp couldn't have made up parents like "Frank and Cindy," who willingly expose their phenomenally screwed-up lives for their son's unvarnished digital lens. Some may want to inquire if…
Latvia gets its own national epic with Aigars Grauba's widescreen paean to independence.
Cross-cultural road pic "Dunya & Desie" positively sings with upbeat energy and humor, nailing its target teen-girl audience with a well-crafted story of friendship and understanding.
A lyrical, often uplifting love letter to the highpoints of Teuton cinema, "Eye to Eye: All About German Film" is less a history, more an entertainment.
Two kids from the projects kill without apparent reason in novice helmer-scripter Niels Laupert's skilled but unprobing graduation feature, "Seven Days Sunday."