A Maori man's long-repressed sexual desires threaten to tear apart his immediate family ties in "Kawa."
A compassionate priest falls in love with a woman on dialysis in Paulo Caldas' confused potboiler "Land of Desire."
"Mangus!" recalls the outrageous trailer-trash scenarios of seminal '70s works by John Waters (who duly makes a cameo appearance).
Peter Wiedensmith's unassuming docu on Unitarian minister Marilyn Sewell sounds a welcome, unabashedly humanistic note.
Movie stars may be less valued than they used to be, but it's still puzzling to see Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts stuck in a romantic comedy as flat-footed and tone deaf as "Larry Crowne."
If the world needed another epic cinematic clash between Autobots and Decepticons (and that's a Megatron-sized if), it certainly gets one in "Transformers: Dark of the Moon."
Increasingly against the popular tide, conservatives continue to war against gay marriage and rights, but one wonders how they might react to yet another "alternative lifestyle" explored in Angela…
Much of "Karen Cries on the Bus" is as dramatically flat as its drab title suggests, but that shouldn't prevent appreciation of its finer qualities.
A suspenseful yet markedly less insidious update of the 1973 horror telepic.
An inspirational story located at the intersection of sports and universal brotherhood is undermined by a reality-TV aesthetic.
There's much that's right about Ahmad Reza Motamedi's "Alzheimer's," but not the title.