Charming, witty and playful, "Gone With the Woman" is the best film so far by "Elling" helmer Petter Naess.
A low-energy buddy laffer with zero chemistry between its pair of unlikeable, lackadaisical leads, "New York City Serenade" is a series of sour notes. Third helming effort from fine thesp Frank…
A flashback to one of Australia's racist blind spots ducks and weaves before landing a killer punch in "September."
Bengali director Buddhadeb Dasgupta adds another fine work to his impressive filmography with "The Voyeurs."
"Plum Rain" maintains a delicate comic touch in its saga of a French playwright arriving in Tokyo to collaborate on a Japanese production of his work.
The Canada of tyro helmer Stephane Lafleur's "Continental -- A Film Without Guns" recalls Gloria Graham's wry description of Glenn Ford's digs in "Big Heat": early nothing. The drab, bland hotel…
Takeshi Miike has one of his wildest ideas yet -- and that's saying something -- in "Sukiyaki Western Django," a Nipponese oater based on a spaghetti-Western ripoff of a samurai movie and performed…
Conscientiously upbeat and shiny, "Darfur Now" takes a tactical approach in addressing the ongoing African genocide: Present the appallingly grim situation in Sudan through the rosy lens of activism…
A straightforward "this was her life" take on the quintessential diva, the bio has terrific archival interviews with the great lady, but otherwise eschews any talking heads for a basic narration…
A dramatic situation that should be wrenching is mostly tedious in "Reservation Road."
Film might benefit from whatever appetite last year's magic pics whet, but it lacks their revenge-driven mystery hooks.