A really small movie done up in a big, moody package, "Saawariya" entices, fitfully springs to life but finally outstays its welcome by a good half-hour.
A widowed Aussie farmer who's opted out of the human race and a traumatized Afghani refugee meet in the finely crafted meller "Unfinished Sky."
Taking auds where its title promises, "To the Limit" is a visually breathtaking essay about daredevils hooked on the thrill of speed rock-climbing.
Originally presented as 33 short video-art pieces in a gallery installation known as "Blood of a Poet" -- the pic's original title -- "Glass Lips" exerts a chilly fascination from minute to minute…
What "Psycho" did for the shower, "P2" tries very hard to do for the parking garage, spending most of its time below ground, and below an adequate level of convincing dread.
A funny thing happened on the way to Broadway. Actually, not so funny. When it tried out in Seattle over summer, Mel Brooks' "Young Frankenstein" had most of the elements in place to suggest a…
The producers of "Heroes" were initially rather smug about not repeating the missteps "Lost" ostensibly made, but they're discovering that keeping a heavily serialized, massive-ensemble sci-fi drama…
"Masala to the max" would be a fitting tagline for "Om Shanti Om," ace choreographer Farah Khan's sophomore stint as director following her socko 2004 hit, "Main hoon na."
Centering on a period skipped over by most texts and films about Chinese nation-making hero Sun Yat-sen, "Before the Sunrise" (aka "Road to Dawn") turns the spotlight on the…
A '70s-set flashback to a teen's sexual initiation by a beautiful, compassionate older woman, "My Sexiest Year" smacks of the 70s.