The aimlessness of a group of young guys with too much time on their hands intersects with the ebb and flow of Buenos Aires.
With limited funds, debut features helmer Tom Gustafson expands his short "Fairies" into a full-scale musical in "Were the World Mine."
An Iranian paradox: Officially, many things are not permitted, yet with Persian ingenuity, almost everything is possible.
A CIA man takes a special-ops team on a mysterious mission in Afghanistan just after 9/11 in "The Objective," from Daniel Myrick.
Offering a few cents' worth of characterization and millions in snappy plot twists, "Cash" is an ultra-slick but ultimately choppy caper movie by scribe-du-jour Eric Besnard ("The New Protocol,"…
A Sydney suburb is home to lives of quiet desperation in Oz director-writer Christopher Weekes' debut feature "Bitter & Twisted."
Set against the historical backdrop of Australia's penal colonies and unsolved disappearances in the Tasmanian wilderness, the stylish but derivative horror-thriller "Dying Breed," from debuting Oz…
Writer-director Tonie Marshall's latest romantic comedy gets "Off and Running" in a lively start, but loses its breath midway through and barely makes it across the finish line.
Suffused with the bargain-basement blandness of an Afterschool Special, "Breakfast with Scot" is the kind of gay-themed pic that won't ruffle the feathers of a granny in Manitoba, though it's bound…
As unassuming and subtle as some of the 500-pound drag queens that pirouette through it, "SqueezeBox!" celebrates, with in-your-face insistence, its title nightclub, which existed (incongruously…
Playing a negligent mother isn't usually the way to get ahead in the acting biz, but the elfin Michelle Monaghan must have seen "Trucker" as her vehicle out of the ingenue parking lot of sidekicks…
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