Four childhood friends from the slums are recruited by Islamic fundamentalists and turned into suicide bombers in Nabil Ayouch's affecting, strongly edited "Horses of God."
Possibly setting a record for most images of needles piercing human skin in a motion picture, Brandon Cronenberg's syringe-tastic "Antiviral" suggests the fledgling filmmaker has some…
Chris O'Dowd stars in this jumbled, sketchily written but vastly appealing true-life musical comedy.
Michael Haneke's most intimate film in nearly a quarter-century, "Amour" relates the tragic final months in a relationship with at least six decades' worth of history.
A beautifully made, deeply emotional drama that catches auds up in its troubled protags' lives, all the way to a staggering finale.
Exploring the disturbing ripple effects of a false sexual-abuse accusation, this absorbing if not particularly innovative picture will fit snugly into the recent run of solid Danish dramas that have…
As forceful as a kick in the jaw, "God's Neighbors" reps a sharp rebuke of bigotry and male aggression perpetrated under the banner of religious orthodoxy.
Moonshine, machismo and rivers of gore make for a heady brew in "Lawless," Australian helmer John Hillcoat's stylishly assembled Prohibition-era gangster pic.
Liv Ullmann reflects on her relationship with Ingmar Bergman in this personal but not particularly revelatory docu from U.K.-based helmer Dheeraj Akolkar.
Ironically titled, though probably not on purpose, the supremely French melodrama "In a Rush" is an endless slog.
Fully immodest and intermittently astonishing, Xavier Dolan's epic melodrama "Laurence Anyways" charts a male-to-female transsexual's tumultuous relationship with a straight woman but stands to…
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