An intermittently engaging tone poem about the surreality of life in wartime Beirut, "Falling From Earth" offers four independent chapters (set in 2008, 1990, 1982 and 1975) that don't add up to a…
"From the producers who saw 'Shrek'," proclaim the posters for "Donkey Xote," which imports almost wholesale the grinning green ogre's donkey and pic's inventive visuals, but forgot to include any of…
An upscale reformed prostitute finds love in the arms of a whirling dervish in the deeply misogynistic "Seventh Heaven," by helmer Saad Hendawy ("State of Love").
Inspired by the accidental killing of a suspect following the July 2005 transport bombings in London, veteran helmer Jag Mundhra's "Shoot on Sight" is a disappointingly stilted melodrama masquerading…
A refreshingly femme-centric look at the struggles of women in contempo Egypt.
There is an actual book of secrets buried in "National Treasure: Book of Secrets," and it's not nearly as musty as the 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.
The vibrant tribal dance style known as Chhou provides a captivating backdrop for a melodramatic tale of shame and redemption in the feature directing debut of Bollywood choreographer Remo (aka Remo…
Expert thesping and beautiful lensing aren't quite enough to make "Jasminum" more than an overextended plot that occasionally borders on the precious.
Minimalist production design and deliberately ambiguous characters leave no room for emotion in tyro Romanian helmer Gheorghe Preda's aseptic, awkwardly titled "An Angel Hooked on Me."