Perhaps the most acute and uncompromisingly grim murder mystery to come out of China in years, "What's in the Darkness" exposes the putrid minds lurking in a sexually and politically repressed…
Slick visual effects and screen goddess Gong Li as a vampy enchantress make "Monkey King 2" less of a boner than its tacky predecessor.
Rachel Griffiths has been so egregiously underused on the big screen in recent years that her mere presence in a leading role is reason enough to commend "Mammal."
In "Carnage Park," the surviving perpetrator and the kidnapping victim of a botched bank robbery become the prey of a crazed Vietnam vet who has a built a giant prison out of an uninhabited expanse…
A scabrously funny big-screen showcase for the snarkiest of Marvel's comic-book creations.
This artificial chamber piece recalls those European art films of yore in which high-strung aristocratic and artistic types went through "I love you! I hate you! I love you!" histrionics without much…
The busy subgenre of documentaries featuring autistic subjects gets a strong new entry in "Life, Animated," a captivating portrait of a young man for whom Disney animated movies have provided a…
Goded gets unusually intimate, relaxed access to the lives of those who practice the "world's oldest profession" from a square just behind the Presidente's office in Mexico City.
This entertaining-enough quartet of loosely interwoven terror tales falls right onto the middle ground of horror omnibuses, with no outright duds but no truly memorable (or scary) segments either.
Nearly seven years after Michael Jackson's premature passing, the world has probably gleaned as much as it ever will about the personal, physical and sexual curiosities of the posthumously reigning…
A young Azerbaijani nobleman falls for a Georgian princess, crossing religions (he's Muslim, she's Eastern Orthodox), cultural backgrounds and even ambitions for their country's future.