Joe Cornish emerges as an exciting new writer-helmer with this enormously appealing debut feature.
Solid execution and provocative ideas can't save Duncan Jones' "Moon" follow-up from a fatal hubris.
Unexpected connections between strangers and friends, and the past and present, are the motor of pic.
Schematic Japanese criss-crosser "Food and the Maiden" examines eating neuroses to produce a slightly dark but ultimately inconsequential comedy of manners.
Picking up where "Women in Trouble" left off, Sebastian Gutierrez's second entry in his proposed "Elektra" trilogy continues the ditsy adventures of his intrepid porn-star heroine.
Combines concise analysis and elegant cinematic resources in service of an uncommonly artful example of film journalism.
Director Catherine Hardwicke stays firmly in "Twilight" territory with another moony-eyed romantic triangle beset by hellish supernatural complications.
For those who get lumps in their throats each time a Marine shouts "HOO-rah," "Battle: Los Angeles" brims with acts of martial derring-do.