Nacho Vigalondo's feature debut shows that good cinematic time travelers can be done on a shoestring with the right script.
If feature filmmakers had dared to invent the inspiring story of "The Singing Revolution," they likely would be dissed by cynical critics as simplistic at best, schmaltzy at worst.
A naked man of few words and many muscles heaves himself out of subterranean muck and mire into an additional 95 minutes of mire and muck in "Eden Log."
Actor-producer Aamir Khan makes a bland helming debut with "Taare zameen par," whose handle, "Every Child Is Special" sums up its touchy-feely-ness.
"27 Dresses" is a pleasantly predictable romantic comedy that sees Katherine Heigl following "Knocked Up" with smooth moves at the wheel of her first starring vehicle.
Vet musicvid director Erick Ifergan's "Johnny 316" takes Oscar Wilde's "Salome" and transfers it to Hollywood Boulevard.
Blighty's most anarchic, un-PC girls' school -- created by cartoonist Ronald Searle, and the inspiration for five movies between 1954 and 1980 -- rides again in 21st century makeover "St. Trinian's."
Lively romantic comedy follows a diverse group of characters hoping to realize their dreams through a singing competition.
An American woman travels to Cairo to find a former love but ends up pursuing a passion for belly dancing and discovering her true self.
As the second round of an earthbound smackdown between two iconic extraterrestrials, "Aliens vs. Predator -- Requiem" provides enough cheap thrills and modest suspense to shake a few shekels from…