Acrime noir exploring India's gender inequality with plenty of style but not enough substance.
A couple years back, festival audiences fell in love with Indian director Ritesh Batra's genuine gem of a debut, "The Lunchbox," in which an accountant on the brink of retirement exchanges intimate…
The commodification of foreign maids, treated as nonentities, is succinctly exposed in this award-winning look at a chilling reality.
Set in a privileged world of bored housewives, high-stakes gamblers and sadistic hit men, "Nut$" combines violence with wry humor and Spaghetti Western flourishes.
Bollywood's weakness for foreign locales gets the ultimate French twist in "Befikre," a Paris-set contemporary romance about two friends unwilling to admit they're in love.
It was almost impossible to hear about the passing, just one day apart, of Carrie Fisher and her mother, Debbie Reynolds, without thinking of those elderly couples who’ve been together for years and…
It's too bad Matthew McConaughey already made a movie called "Fool's Gold," since the title would've been perfect for his latest, a bucking-bronco paydirt saga in which he plays a white-trash…
When was the last time you saw a good Jackie Chan movie? Sure, the "Kung Fu Panda" movies are great, but they don't really count, since that's just his voice. What has it been — 10 years? 15? — since…
A spirited and moving profile of an informal, independent group of surfers finding escape from the hopelessness of life in Gaza via that most free-spirited of sports.
A comic vignette on Singaporean Valley Girls peppered with the garrulous wit of Eric Rohmer's 'Six Moral Tales.'
Clearly stories from the Yazidi community deserve further cinema exposure, but until then, "The Dark Wind" is a respectable beginning that builds to a certain power.
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