A low-budget feature concerning America's underground sex-slave industry, "Cargo" necessarily walks a fine line between exploitation and social expose.
A flabby, unfunny action-comedy produced, directed and written by former WWE exec VP Mike Pavone, "The Reunion" boasts one of the most poorly assembled scripts to emerge from the wrestling franchise…
Good intentions and some effective elements are ultimately outweighed by an overloaded miserabilist narrative agenda in "Between 2 Fires," the first fiction feature from documentarian Agnieszka…
Snow-covered Colorado furnishes the material and backdrop for a cancer-stricken boy's bid for immortality in freshman writer-director Robert Kirbyson's sententious family comedy.
This German documentary about Ukrainian world heavyweight champions Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko follows the brothers' pugilist careers in enough blow-by-blow detail to satisfy the most demanding…
Tyro helmer Michael Morrissey takes moral relativism to surprising lengths in "Boy Wonder," a psychological thriller about a troubled, would-be superhero teen seeking vigilante vengeance for his…
Two estranged sisters take the long way around sibling rivalry in dull Thai meller "I Carried You Home."
An enchanting, lighthearted comedy-drama about a Kazakh youth obsessed with a female space traveler, "Baikonur" aims for the stars and takes auds over the moon.
Teaming Kevin Spacey and Hong Kong heartthrob Daniel Wu, the pic is set to preem in China later this year, and based on Wu's huge fanbase there and the allure of the first Sino-funded pic to feature…
A young woman answers a phone call from the past in "The Caller," a high-concept indie thriller that's low on budget but rich in atmosphere.
Faithfully following the same track as the acclaimed 2002 French drama that inspired it, "The Man on the Train" is a leisurely paced but consistently engrossing tale of two men who come to see in…