Having finished second in the 2002 election for an interim prez (won by current head Hamid Karzai), Jalal's earnest campaign proves serious if somewhat quixotic, with Williams' cameras catching much…
"A Necessary Death" are either unable or unwilling to enable auds to suspend disbelief.
Revenge is bittersweet in this sleazy Hong Kong/Japanese martial-arts actioner about a kickass, revenge-seeking heroine.
Jumping back for its last batch of episodes, "Battlestar Galactica" continues its improbable ascent from a mediocre 1970s footnote to one of the more intriguing episodic hours of the 21st century.
Flaubert's classic tale of solitude and loss gets a sexed-up new face in "A Simple Heart," the first feature by actress-turned-writer-helmer Marion Lane.
A cop attempts to save his dying daughter's life by arranging an organ transplant from a hardened criminal in the engaging, if odd, South Korean meller "His Last Gift."
A once-over-lightly examination of an alleged cultural phenomenon, "Bi the Way" recalls the classic joke among journalists regarding what constitutes a trend.
The '70s has never looked so sepia-toned as in Jacques Maillot's nostalgic crime thriller "Rivals."
First-time helmer Greg Takoudes infuses a familiar story with an air of streetwise neorealism in "Up With Me," a small-budget indie that manages to make some moldly urban-drama cliches seem, if not…
Following older brother Gabriele's lead, thesper Silvio Muccino makes the leap to directing with a flashy semi-Cyrano tale based on his own novel, "Talk to Me About Love."
Given the abysmal quality of recent spoof pics, it's saying something that "Superhero Movie" provides a fairly steady stream of midsized laughs -- and even the 40% or so of gags that just lie there…