The line between priggishness and creepiness is repeatedly smudged by multihyphenate Rik Swartzwelder in "Old Fashioned," a faith-based drama that looks as lovely as an expensive greeting card, but…
The second half of this sly tale of an apolitical carjacker brings Muayad Alayan's themes into sharper focus and adds pointed digs at all sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A raw look at a retired Romany boxer who goes back into the ring in the hopes of keeping his family together.
An unhappily married young woman who can't quite bring herself to change her life finds that fate takes over in "The Gulls."
In China, youths reportedly sell their kidneys to buy iPads; in Saigon, listless lads turn to sterilization to pay for mobiles, cameras or electric guitars.
A less hard-hitting follow-up to “Nuclear Nation” (2012), Atsushi Funahashi’s latest documentary dwells in the stasis of its dispossessed subjects — residents of Futaba, where the Fukushima meltdown…
Blue is a fairly tepid color in "Seashore," an agonizingly subtle Brazilian coming-of-ager in which a bi-curious teen ever so tentatively tests the water of his sexuality during a few days at the…
An intriguingly off-center 19th-century Western that brings a bevy of European talent to bear on an American frontier story.
A celestial tea server descends to Okinawa, slurps ramen, becomes a celebrity and fights predestination with riotous gusto in the fantasy romance "Chasuke's Journey."
In Disney's new live-action "Cinderella," four mice are ballooned into elegant white horses, two lizards are yanked by their tails to serve as makeshift footmen, and an oblivious old goose gets…