An arrestingly shot monochrome study about the aftereffects of a rape, "The Natural Phenomenon of Madness" reps an impressive sophomore effort from Filipino multihyphenate Charliebebs Gohetia ("The…
The wondrously eccentric, eco-conscious sensibility George Miller brought to his 2006 penguin-themed toon yields an altogether less remarkable Antarctic adventure in "Happy Feet Two."
One and one (and one and one and one and one) never quite add up to two in Darren Lynn Bousman's "11-11-11."
It's disappointing that a story so pregnant with dramatic possibilities should wind up feeling like such an unconsummated opportunity.
What exactly does "The Big Heart of Girls" consist of for Pupi Avati? Their ability to forgive men for cheating on them, of course.
Given the drastically overcrowded field of zombie movies, "Exit Humanity" merits appreciation for really trying something different: It's a Civil War-era piece that, low budget aside, is in many ways…
Amid the expected barrage of docus on 2011's Arab Spring, "Rouge Parole" stands out as one of the few certain to have a life beyond the immediate burst of interest.
Peter Rosen's uninspired docu on master violinist Jascha Heifetz jogs along fairly briskly in dealing with the gifted prodigy's early years: his first public performance at age 5 in Vilna, his…
Bringing together slasher horror, delusional-superhero seriocomedy and dysfunctional family-reunion uplift, "Some Guy Who Kills People" has few original elements, but does a neat job pulling familiar…
A sultry clime and sultrier sex steam up the preposterously titled erotic melodrama "I'd Receive the Worst News From Your Beautiful Lips."
If films have taught us anything, it's that the odds of lasting happiness are stacked against urban yuppies seeking peace in the countryside, and so it is once more in "Wreckers."