The question of love after death has been asked frequently enough in the movies, but seldom with the high ick factor found in "P.S. I Love You."
After dropping anchor at some fest circuit ports, "Deep Sea Blues" should make a respectable splash as homevid and cable fare.
Helmer Jean-Louis Milesi uses himself and his 2-year-old son Lino in "Lino," a tale of a grieving man left with his g.f.'s kid and no instructions.
A young musician in mid-'70s Italy floats through life in the visually accomplished but slight "Don't Waste Your Time, Johnny!"
Effectively posing the question of whether people dream of android seals, intriguing docu "Mechanical Love" observes interactions between humans and the latest generation of robots (some made to look…
Incisive, surprisingly upbeat docu "All White in Barking" weaves together stories of assorted residents living in the rundown Blighty burg of the title.
An unconvincing relationship drama that marks the return of Peter Del Monte to the director's chair after seven years.
The four stages of man are filtered through four directors' eyes in "Vogelfrei," a rare bird among omnibus films that works beautifully thanks to talented helmers unafraid to express their own…
Even before Andrew Lloyd Webber musicals helped popularize the game, playing Spot-That-Classical-Melody was always good sport.
The most refreshing thing about "Max & Ruby," the musical adaptation of the popular children's books and subsequent Nick Jr. cartoon, is that the characters are allowed to be innocent.