Childhood obligations are illustrated and motherhood is enshrined in the Japanese meller.
Documentation of Blighty helmer's cherished memories.
A cross-cultural love story that cloaks Shakespeare's tragedy in the present-day turmoil of the Middle East.
Venture's visual philosophy is, "If you can spew it, do it!".
A mysterious loner moves through two decades of Parisian life without making a dent in "The Walking Man."
A beloved literary sleuth makes a go at bigscreen crime-solving in "Nancy Drew." Purportedly an attempt to modernize the young detective's adventures for a new generation of tweens, the pic instead…
Docu reps a sweetly considered, intimate and professional portrait of Kon Ichikawa.
"Dai Nipponjin" has to be, hands down, the strangest picture in Cannes this year.
Gorehound Eli Roth reasserts his position as leader of the "splat pack," an unofficial fraternity of directors dedicated to topping one another's stomach-churning antics, with "Hostel: Part II." His…
Armed with enough petrified earnestness to make "Gettysburg" seem like a Mel Brooks movie, "The Last Confederate: The Story of Robert Adams" might well have appeared noble on the page but is undone…
A tricky subject is handled with taste, sly wit and some fine playing by the two leads in "Cheeni kum," a winter-summer romancer, sans action or dance numbers, that's pitched at the high end of…