"Misbegotten," Joao Canijo's harsh update of the Electra myth, makes the "Oresteia" look positively feel-good by comparison.
Artfully incorporating his 2001 short "Old Love" into a longer narrative that draws on two other Isaac Bashevis Singer tales, helmer Jan Schutte's "Love Comes Lately" focuses on an elderly writer and…
A kitsch throwback to '50s aliens movies that comes with a sledghammer contempo message about the horrific consequences of war, Elio Quiroga's "The Cold Hour" looks and sounds good and has great…
The case for publisher Barney Rosset's place as a hero in post-war America's battle for freedom of expression is persuasively argued in "Obscene." Fascinating feature docu bow of Neil Ortenberg and…
A few of the same people who warmed to "The Notebook" might be similarly enchanted by the schmaltz of "Closing the Ring."
Combining the unhinged romanticism of "Wuthering Heights" with leitmotifs from Hans Christian Andersen's "The Snow Queen," overwrought pic frequently over-reaches, but nevertheless reps a confidant…
Generally solid performances and Barzman's sensitive handling help to elevate the pic above the realm of the familiar and could result in okay arthouse biz among auds not yet exhausted by the subject…
Documentarian John Zaritsky takes aud to a prison facility at the base of the Colorado Rockies to sympathetically focus on the Wild Horse Inmate Program.
Engrossing foray into a largely unknown country (Borat notwithstanding) is worth the trip.
The always eclectic Alex Cox takes on John Ford via Sergio Leone -- or maybe it's the other way around -- in "Searchers 2.0."