Charts the earliest days of Greenpeace as a group of Vancouver-based "eco-freaks" improvised their way into starting a global movement.
A worthy but over-obvious fictionalization of xenophobic riots in Germany in 1992 that will surely hit a nerve given current tensions with "the other in our midst."
Those with a hankering for death game-survival mangas will exult in Takashi Miike's latest gore-fest, In which classic toys come alive to play deadly games with students.
Should the recent surge in male facial hair as a fashion accessory stall in 2015, barbers would be within their rights to blame "Mortdecai," a perky but obstinately unfunny heist caper with a hero…
January releases don't get much more January than this Jennifer Lopez-starring stalker thriller.
If you've ever longed for a movie with all the insistent life lessons of a Disney fairy tale, the tacky visual excesses of digital-era George Lucas, and enough glorified karaoke covers to fill half a…
Watching movies can be a lot like chess. With enough practice, you start to anticipate the moves, adjusting your defenses so as not to be taken off-guard.
Rather than explore the relationship between sexual minorities and their environment, "Favela Gay" largely ignores such issues, conducting generic interviews, one person per favela.
Upbeat yet realistic docu about Morocco's Cirque Shems'y, a big top outfit with school attached catering to the country's underprivileged youth.
Easily the most fascinating film to come along and challenge traditional gender roles in the past year, "Fidelio, Alice's Journey" chronicles a sexually liberated female sailor's voyage of…