A Special Forces unit on a mysterious mission commandeers a couple's cramped apartment.
The surprise guest at a New Jersey family graduation party sparks long-buried recriminations.
Warring tribal chiefs wreak gruesome vengeance on each other -- and their own kin -- in the historical saga "Revenge." Unfolding on the Kazakh steppe sometime during the 18th century, this…
Returning to her doc roots after an interesting tyro feature ("The Favor"), "Children of the Streets" helmer Eva Aridjis visits another corner of Mexico City's vivid and unpredictable metropolis with…
Non-starter "Stop Revolution" offers a convoluted look at Ukraine's culture of corruption, encompassing the 1986 Chernobyl meltdown, protests marking the 2004 "Orange Revolution," and a nonsensical…
Three Czech childhood chums together face thirtysomething issues of fidelity and fertility.
Proudly humanistic at a time when such fare plays against the prevailing grain of cynical hipness, writer-helmer Alice Nellis' distinctive third feature, "Little Girl Blue," strikes a pitch-perfect…
The five-year span of 1978-83 saw no shortage of cultural crimes, and hammering the fatal nail in the coffin of the already moribund movie musical wasn't the greatest of them. Arguably worst of all…
Disarmingly casual, seemingly artless "personal diary" docu "Nice Bombs" makes decidedly sophisticated use of home-movie aesthetics in its exploration of Iraq at the onset of the American Occupation…
A brain-teaser that tosses ideologies in a narrative blender alternately set to "certainty" and "ambiguity," "The Insurgents" makes the most of its compact cast of attractive thesps and low budget to…
Muted, respectful and tinged with mystery as it traces 26 years in the life of its title citizen.