A woman's jealousy nearly destroys her relationship in Sophia Takal's insufficiently realized debut feature, "Green."
Almost unbearably brutal yet hauntingly romantic, helmer Wojtek Smarzowski's riveting period drama "Rose" reveals a little-known chapter of Polish history: the post-WWII persecution of the Mazurians…
Frequently lofty in its spoken discourse, but with barely a thread of developed narrative or character context to make the debate engaging, let alone pointed, "Contractor's Routine" merits points for…
As sex scandals topple political careers in the U.S. and elsewhere, "Four More Years" provides a very different take on the effects of secret desire on public office in open-minded Sweden.
Chris Weitz's problematic new picture emerges an earnest and overly programmatic heart-tugger.
Feeling like a desperate bid to revive that old "Ace Ventura" magic with Jim Carrey bringing a sextet of penguins into his tony Manhattan apartment, "Mr. Popper's Penguins" is actually rooted in the…
For the eponymous protag of "Titeuf, the Film," there's nothing worse than not being invited to the birthday party of the coolest girl in school, not even the fact that his parents are going through…
The horrific events in Mexico are proving fertile ground for black comedy, and though "Saving Private Perez" is certainly not the blackest, it may well be the funniest.
An attempt to infuse an earnest piece of comicbook lore with an irreverent, tongue-in-cheek sensibility yields decidedly mixed results in "Green Lantern."
Alzheimer's disease turns out to be a minor blessing for the protag of "Small World," Gallic helmer Bruno Chiche's French-language adaptation of the Austrian bestseller by Martin Suter.