An engaging, urban tale that marks a move by the director toward more commercial efforts.
A memorably intense, abstract and unfocused pic from Spain's most distinctive auteur, Julio Medem.
Former high-school friends reunite for a long night of drink, drugs and home truths.
Succinctly titled Oz docu "4" is an elegantly lensed but awkwardly packed kitbag on a globetrotting journey that uses Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons" as a point of departure.
Vivid, highly evocative film lacks the topical hooks for Stateside play.
The stashed secret of a Montreal apartment affects 15 years' worth of tenants and visitors.
A mesmerizing, utterly committed performance by Henriette Heinze.
Essentially a self-reflexive war film that borrows some horror conventions, "The Living and the Dead" brings nothing new to either genre.
Two siblings from different generations uncover some unhappy truths during a vacation together in "Twisted Sister," a watchable though hardly groundbreaking soph feature by German helmer Ed Herzog.
The teaming of action stars Jet Li and Jason Statham may raise audience expectations for a lean, mean ass-kicking machine, but "War" turns out to be a flabby and formulaic programmer.
This curiously straightforward, almost demure docu basically seats the inimitable Kenneth Anger, experimental filmmaker extraordinaire and author of the infamous "Hollywood Babylon" tell-all books…