There's a distinctly '70s vibe to "Humboldt County," an amiably paced, character-driven comedy-drama about a disenchanted student who finds himself among the unreconstructed hippies and…
Is "Everquest" a harmless distraction or an addictive scourge? Does "World of Warcraft" forge communities or fray relationships? The answers are as diverse as the interviewees in "Second Skin," a…
French cinema's on-off flirtation with the contempo musical continues with "Modern Love," a bright and breezy piece of fluff that doesn't pretend to anything other than entertainment.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Banjo virtuoso Bela Fleck's enthusiastic musical and verbal interplay with diverse African artists could hit a responsive chord with auds during limited theatrical play before pic's DVD release.
U.S.-based helmer John Kwon's debut "Always Be Boyz" aims to capture Seoul B-boy life, with actual dancers playing their fictive counterparts.
A cop drama-cum-serial-killer procedural that's as noir to the soul as its stygian lensing, Olivier Marchal's "MR 73" powerfully ties the bow on a triptych of dark crimers following the…
Nicely judged effort, whose low-key tenor downplays the story's potentially lachrymose or melodramatic elements.
"Summer Hours" is a salutory reminder that some of this writer-director's best work comes in modest packages.
The hip-hop culture that started as strictly an urban African-American phenom proves to have permeated the globe in "Planet B-Boy."
Dipping a toe into (early) Errol Morris docu waters, Yulene Olaizola sustains a strange, unsettling mood in her tyro feature, "Intimacies of Shakespeare and Victor Hugo."
Bittersweet comedy compensates for some third-act weaknesses in its overly loose script with simpatico playing from a name distaff cast and dry dialogue that keeps the tone light.