There's an overweening artificiality to Emidio Greco's pic that hamstrings viewer involvement and the subtleties of novelist Franco Lucentini's vision.
The mesmerizing staging and performances of the extraordinary chamber opera "Tomorrow There Will Be … " continue to live on in helmer Jan Hrebejk's documentary.
A bit of a shaggy-dog story, Argentine Alejandro Chomski's fourth feature might have worked better at sub-feature length.
Dutch variation on the evil-Santa subset of horror and slasher pics.
A very likable cast and some terrific sketch-style comedy should please (if not deeply satisfy the lustful yearnings of) auds lured by the film's title.
The shorthand on pic: cute kids in competition, suspect parents, mounting suspense and audience wariness about children under pressure.
Pic channels the dislocation of a solitary emigre who leaves Peru to improve his family's lot working in more economically prosperous, less politically turbulent Chile.
Documaker Vit Klusak ("Czech Dreams") provokes and grandstands in Michael Moore style in "All for the Good of the World and Nosovice," a look at the changes in a small Czech farming community in…
A meandering jumble that's unpleasantly vivid when portraying hunting tourism in modern-day Utah.
Relatives and exes threaten to derail marital bliss in Ed Burns' 10th film.
Fantastical yet factual story of foul-mouthed Indian slum child-turned-marathon runner Budhia Singh.