"Cloverfield" star Michael Stahl-David finds himself embroiled in yet another pseudo-verite experiment, as a trio of young college grads turn the cameras on themselves while orchestrating a…
Testosterone is thick as paste in "Dog Eat Dog," a slice of slick trash about bad guys pitched against each other, from Colombian co-writer-director and musicvideo vet Carlos Moreno.
Part of a trend in collectively made Latin American films, "The Wind and the Water" is an unusual work hatched by young Panamanians inside and outside the country's indigenous Kuna tribe.
"The Sun Street Boys" arrives a year later than a raft of other similarly themed features, but bests them all in sheer visual chutzpah.
There's droll and then there's "The Investigator," an incident-laden contempo crime story in which a taciturn 37-year-old coroner becomes enmeshed in odd doings.
If Tennessee Williams had written "Where's Poppa?" sans laughs, the resulting meller would resemble the fearlessly turgid, ironically titled "Tranquility," a risible variant on "Mommie Dearest."
A young film director melts down on the eve of her third film's premiere in the will-o'-the-wisp modern dramedy "Off Hollywood."
A beautifully atmospheric vessel that will seem infinitely deep to some and chafingly dry to others.
Tyro scripter-helmer Andrew Jenkins' amateurish, half-hearted romantic comedy-cum-heist film twists itself into unconvincing knots to pull off a guilt-free bank robbery.
After the multicharacter juggling in "Bits and Pieces," Antonello Grimaldi discovers that a stripped-down cast suits him just fine in "Quiet Chaos."
Following his sawdust-and-tinsel caprice "Colossal Sensation!," veteran helmer-performer Robert Koltai returns with another big-hearted rural comedy, "Train Keeps a Rollin'."