How we regard the sins of the fathers is shown to be an inescapably personal matter in "What Our Fathers Did."
Pascal Tessaud's debut feature is less interested in narrative than in showcasing a semi-underground culture and a lot of talent on the mic.
This latest in the less-than-stellar annals of WWE Studios will satisfy the target aud's basic expectations for bombastic action — though even they are unlikely to be impressed.
Infants turn to independent beings faster than their parents can absorb their rapid physical and psychological alterations, but for the kids in question, the road to adulthood can seem very long…
Assembling a musical "making-of" documentary is fairly easy, particularly with a compelling act in the foreground; actually finding any narrative of consequence behind the music — to pinch that hoary…
A centuries-old horse race in a picturesque Italian city comes across as a brazenly corrupt, carnival-like contact sport in "Palio," director Cosima Spender's bemused view of the biannual event.
A piercing, poignant and — as befits its subject — beautifully composed exploration of the challenges and responsibilities faced by photojournalists in Afghanistan's post-Taliban free…
Angelina Jolie Pitt pulls off a halfway compelling trick with "By the Sea," an unapologetic vanity project that strains and occasionally succeeds in turning its own beautiful inertia into a virtue.
A two-bit criminal loser stumbles upon his powers Toxic Avenger style and learns to care about humanity thanks to a traumatized woman convinced he's the Japanese manga character Steel Jeeg.
This arresting seriocomedy deftly walks a tightrope between the droll and tense, over a gaping pit of crazy.
Elmo Nuganen's gritty war epic provides a harsh perspective on the country's painful 20th-century history.