Mike Leigh's first new play in more than 12 years signals an artist reaffirming cultural roots that had remained muted throughout his career. Whether tilted more toward humor or pathos, Leigh's work…
A victim of random violence becomes obsessed with vengeance in "Leo," the edgy feature by versatile Swedish helmer Josef Fares.
The much-abused hero of this family-reunion comedy shares his first name with a Los Angeles restaurant chain best known for its chicken 'n' waffles -- a delicious if artery-clogging combo.
Paris Hilton has already ushered a remarkable three features into the Internet Movie Database's "Bottom 100." "The Hottie and the Nottie" will make it an even four, being so unfunny that the…
Energetic account of a Rolling Stones concert at Beacon Theater takes full advantage of heavy camera coverage and top-notch sound.
A straight-laced bookkeeper and a devil-may-care actress past her prime teach each other lessons in "Tiramisu."
Two women develop a co-dependent relationship over decades in vet helmer Svetlana Proskurina's ironically titled "The Best of Times."
A blood feud of Shakespearean proportions brutally plays out within Copenhagen's Arab community in Omar Shargawi's gritty "Go With Peace Jamil."
The awards keep coming for "Flower in the Pocket," a slip of a film whose genuine humor and lack of pretension, not to mention palpable warmth, set it above the general run of new Malaysian cinema.
An aging Polish thesp looks death in the eye as he prepares for the inevitable in the absorbing, well-mounted docu "The Existence."
Partially filmed guerrilla-style at its titular location, educational pic "Zimbabwe" depicts the pitfalls of pan-African illegal immigration but fails to cross the border into full-fledged drama.