A shoddy Singapore-set HD product masquerading as a meller-cum-social expose.
Pic has a John Hughes sensibility with a Euro sexual frankness that Ferris Bueller could only dream about.
Pic finds the straight-shooting poet of matter-of-fact sexual transactions in fine narrative form.
A morosely comic symphony on the meaning (or is that meaninglessness?) of life, Roy Andersson's "You, the Living" can be seen as a gentler companion piece to his 2000 Cannes prize-winner, "Songs From…
A workmanlike piece of efficient reportage, "Orange Winter" examines the "orange revolution" that was ignited on the streets of Kiev in the wake of the hotly contested 2004 Ukrainian presidential…
Sex toys, erotic dysfunction and commitment phobia all play a major role in bawdy but ultimately sweet-natured Norwegian comedy "Cold Feet." Sporting an attractive cast and more than a few good gags…
The third voyage in the "Pirates" trilogy could be touted as "the biggest, loudest and second-best (or second-worst) 'Pirates' ever!" -- not necessarily a ringing endorsement, but honest. "Pirates of…
The horrors inflicted upon Native Americans have traditionally made for wrenching drama, but this loose adaptation of Dee Alexander Brown's seminal 1971 book is a powerful story limply told, steeped…
It's been an awful week for TV finales, from the "that's what all the hype was about?" closer for "Heroes" to the sputtering, pregnant pause-packed two-hour snoozefest that ended the maddeningly lame…
An utterly assured, profoundly moving fifth feature by Fatih Akin.
Autobiographical tour de force is completely accessible and art of a very high order.