Sex hasn't really been a major factor in recent cinema, and onscreen breakfast has never been given its due, so something called "Sex and Breakfast" promises to fill the minimum daily requirements of…
It's a long and winding road for a depressed, distressed Iraq war vet in "Badland," a strenuously solemn film that wants to create some kind of American pastoral tragedy out of the nation's current…
Another holiday movie season, another fantastic mythological universe to contend with. This time, it's the world -- or multiple parallel worlds -- of Philip Pullman's "His Dark Materials" trilogy…
Though the shadow of Gallic duo Jeunet & Caro looms too large over "The Moon in a Bottle," territories with a taste for well-produced Euro-whimsy could show an interest in this lively ensembler set…
Angels don't have wings, and humanity is a pitiful species requiring redemption in Oz gothic sci-fi fantasy "Gabriel." Made on a wing and a prayer by debuting helmer Shane Abbess, this derivative…
"Charlie Wilson's War" is that rare Hollywood commodity these days: a smart, sophisticated entertainment for grownups.
Maverick distaff helmer Handan Ipekci again tackles big issues with her melodramatic but important expose on honor killings, "Hidden Faces."
Spry nonagenarian Maria Altmann, a Viennese Jew who escaped to California to avoid the Holocaust, is the charismatic heart of "Stealing Klimt," a straightforward and engrossing account of how Altmann…
A Christmas Eve dinner for a motley extended family turns into a comic nightmare as secrets and lies spill out in "Messy Christmas."
The father, mother and grown daughter of an eccentric Parisian family greet life's obstacles with gradations of wacky fortitude in "Let's Dance!"