A well-armored, back-kicking, blood-spewing and often furious addition to the Chinese feudal epic genre.
The gradual fade-out of an old man's existence -- and a way of life -- unfold with exquisite beauty in Theo Court's "Decline."
As easygoing and rambling as its wandering hero, Alberto Fuguet's "Country Music" is a likable tale of a Chilean man trying to get his bearings in Nashville.
Helmer Julie Rubio demonstrates an unsteady hand with shaping scenes, perfs and dialogue.
"If it doesn't excite you, you're not alive," says one motorcycling enthusiast in 3D Brit docu "TT3D: Closer to the Edge," and even the most racing-averse auds will have to agree this entertaining…
An impressive road-traveling collage of the U.S. at the advent of the Obama era.
Thomas Heise's "Solar System" begins as a superbly filmed documentation of a way of life, but by its stunning conclusion becomes a tragic chronicle of the Kolla tribal people living in northwest…
A compelling meditation on dreams that doubles as an expose of how cheap those dreams have become.
Filmmaker Minda Martin explores her family's painful and poverty-stricken past in powerfully realized memoir film, "Free Land."
Seven years after his bigscreen debut in Shane Meadows' "Dead Man's Shoes," Toby Kebbell steps into his first leading role in low-budget London-set conspiracy thriller "The Veteran."
Having tackled Enron, Elliot Spitzer and torture in Iraq, Alex Gibney takes on another national enigma, the Chicago Cubs, in "Catching Hell."