A couple watch helplessly as their lives are ground down by illness and greed in "Summit Circle."
A sardonic tale of duality filtered through class differences, "La Fille coupee en deux" heads toward a deft denouement via veteran helmer Claude Chabrol's trademark black humor.
The bawdy jokes score big points, but it's the rueful acknowledgement of adolescent embarrassment and humiliation that most distinguishes "Superbad," another ultra-raunchy and commercial sex comedy…
Amid an escalating U.S. trend toward commercial entertainment that earnestly or exploitatively taps religious demographics, "Praying With Lior" explores a rather extraordinary instance of real-world…
An ordinary man trades his conscience for cash in "13," a fleet-footed Faustian suspenser about a sinister Internet gameshow demanding to see the worst of its financially and emotionally vulnerable…
A simple tale that avoids spareness thanks in part to an ever-present, expansive Algerian landscape, "The Yellow House" is too good-natured for its own good.
Breaking up is hard to do in Barcelona-set minimalist drama "About Crying."
Reasonably diverting and handsomely shot in black-and-white, "I Always Wanted to Be a Gangster" is a pleasant four-chapter reverie on modest but failed aspirations and unlikely contentment.
A "Romeo and Juliet"-style yarn is cranked up to the colorful and violent max in this Tamil blockbuster.
A novelist with writer's block receives unexpected support in "Signature."
An aging poet is confronted by new technology and family dynamics in "Lonesome Trees."