A pall hangs over "Flash Point," the new cops-vs.-Triad entry from busy H.K. action specialists Wilson Yip and Donnie Yen, and it's only partly due to the long waits between displays of Yen's new…
A quietly confident visual poem to Haiti and its turbulent history, "Eat, for This Is My Body" is a solid achievement in avant-garde ethnographic formalism that's far too experimental for multiplex…
A premise rippling with wicked comic possibilities receives stylish but only partly satisfying execution in "The Exodus."
Every bit as formulaic as its generic ad art suggests, "The Game Plan" sticks close to the playbook for family-friendly laffers about self-absorbed workaholics suddenly saddled with parental…
Distraught because his girlfriend has ended their romance over the phone, a man attempts to drive across traffic-snarled Sao Paulo to kiss and make up in "The Milky Way." Frequently inventive and…
The shameful secrets -- some small, others life-shattering -- in the lives of an everyday middle-class family drive "Pudor," an emotionally satisfying debut by sibling helmers David and Tristan…
Result should satisfy Bynes fans looking for a pleasant, innocuous follow-up to her last vehicle, with B.O. in the decent if unspectacular range of "Man." Ancillary prospects look brighter.
Living up to its grandiose title, "Feast of Love" is a cinematic essay on the infinite varieties of amour -- from the reckless ardor of youth to the cooler, more compromised emotional landscape of…
Credit "Dirty Sexy Money" with the best title of any new series this year -- a "Desperate Housewives"-like, everything-you-need-to-know enticement, hinting at all manner of tawdry thrills.
Although hyped as "the third and final installment of the $100 million 'Resident Evil' trilogy," "Resident Evil: Extinction" actually plays less like a continuation of the vidgame-inspired franchise…