Detractors (they are legion) and supporters alike of the French "anti-Godard" will find ample ammunition for their views in this whirlwind compendium.
Bradley Cooper makes further strides toward major stardom, spelling excellent early spring returns and socko vid play.
Moody two-hander takes full advantage of its melancholy Delaware setting.
The biggest laughs and revelations are provided offstage in this slickly produced look at Conan O'Brien's cross-country tour.
Australia's colonial and racist underpinnings are revealed in the penetrating and stylish crime docu "The Tall Man."
Pic uses its stereoscopic technology to little discernible purpose other than to provide one more healthy revenue stream for dancer-choreographer Michael Flatley's enormously popular stage show.
A stylized combo of action and drama from Julien Leclercq.
A subversive and strange little film noir that's so strongly dominated by white hues -- whether peroxided or not -- that it could be dubbed a film blanc.