The Greek gods have relocated to New York in this remarkably feeble helming debut by Marc Turteltaub.
Turkish director Tayfun Pirselimoglu's absorbing but overextended film emphasizes the sullen isolation of modern man.
This dramatically inert story of homeless youth reveals a fundamental lack of depth and urgency in its storytelling.
This thin, well-intentioned documentary functions best as a travel promo for the beautiful Palestinian coastal city of Akka, in northern Israel.
Conversations between Gallic helmer Michel Gondry and philosopher/linguist/political activist Noam Chomsky become very animated indeed in "Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?"
"You can go from two kids in a fistfight to the emergency room real fast" advises one concerned citizen in "Homefront," a tale of backwoods retribution that suggests what Roman Polanski's "Carnage"…
This nonstop action-comedy about an inept police mole busting Japan's biggest drug ring will be right up the alley of Takashi Miike's many fans.
Kiarash Asadizadeh weaves an uneven tale of infidelity and disastrous relationships in this well-acted but strained family drama.
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