Perhaps not the most original film you'll see all year, but very possibly the most instantly lovable.
"Blush" is perhaps not the most apposite English-language title for writer-director Michal Vinik's fresh, frank look at coming out and coming of age in contemporary Israel: It's a film that shows…
"The Have-Nots" deserves praise for revealing an often transparent truth: that the ties that bind us to each other are irrevocably influenced by events over which we have no control.
An elegantly disquieting investigation into the interrelation of faith, violence and sexual degradation, held together by a rivetingly sure-footed performance by German star Martina Gedeck.
Remember what it was like to be young and in love? If you do, chances are your memories don't much resemble "Kids in Love," a tale of moneyed youth rebellion that is as reality-averse as the pretty…
Director Nicole Luca Haimes approaches her subjects — both human and otherwise — with equal measures of bemused curiosity and respectful empathy, with nary a trace of wink-wink…
A Moldovan country girl's coming of age is rendered in slow but absorbing and unpatronising detail in Ana Felicia Scutelnicu's second feature. A patient portrait, which brings to vivid life an…
Offbeat subject and feminist themes should make this documentary viable for broadcast as well as fest slots targeting women's and Latino issues.
In Hollywood's alternate history of World War II, Tom Cruise tried and failed to assassinate Adolf Hitler, before Brad Pitt finally managed to get the job done.
We should all be happy that Bryan Cranston has become a highly sought-after movie actor. Yet the very thing that brought him to that position — the pop-culture quake that was “Breaking Bad” — has now…
A prime-time sitcom that rolled its eyes at family values and reveled in the joys of middle-aged, unattached women behaving badly, Jennifer Saunders' "Absolutely Fabulous" was a pretty rare bird when…