A bright young boy and his confused mother process a family loss in the finely drawn drama "Leaving by the Way."
Up-and-coming thesp Cecile de France ("Euro Pudding," etc.) delivers a noteworthy performance as "Irene," a cute and semi-klutzy 30-year-old who hasn't been involved with a guy for four long years.
The partnership of two architects develops small cracks that reveal structural flaws in "Cravate Club."
Private Ryan hits the Russian front in "The Star," an ordnance-packed war epic "created and produced" by helmer Karen Shakhnazarov, whose opulent comic fantasy "Poisons, or the World History of…
Centering on six black Toronto female impersonators, Edimburgo Cabrera's "Divas: Love Me Forever" cuts a refreshingly broader thematic swath than most such docus, getting past the performances and…
It's been three years rather than two between Austin Powers films this time, and Mike Myers and his buddies obviously spent the extra time expanding their repertoire of toilet jokes, as the picture…
With more than a dozen credited producers of one sort or another and a list of missed release dates almost as long, writer-director Chris Ver Wiel's "Who Is Cletis Tout?" feels like it's been sitting…
A good script, okay leads and some mobile direction make "The Abduction Club," an enjoyable costume romp that would have been even better with star power in the saddle. Romantic adventure about…
Being in love in Gotham must be more interesting than anything characterized in the sophomoric "Being Claudine." Though competently shot and framed by helmer I-Fan Quirk, pic is quickly overtaken by…
Miguel Albaladejo's previous movies have established him as a helmer of low-key, well-observed and underrated comedies. Revenge yarn "Rancour" takes him into more dramatic territory, with mixed…