Drearily protracted two-hander made on a shoestring reps Bernard Rose's fourth and least interesting adaptation of a Leo Tolstoy text.
Hobbled by an erratic structure more attuned to the smallscreen than theatrical viewing, overly episodic docu weaves together seven stories of burn victim survivors.
Profiling young people aiming for a future in a scrappy Rio circus yields a potentially heartwarming film that falls considerably short of its intended impact.
An ecologically minded Italo engineer finds himself in judicial quicksand after he pulls over his borrowed car to help someone lying in the road, in this intriguing, only lightly absurdist drama.
An elderly Israeli couple bravely faces the disillusionment that comes with old age in Amir Manor's modest but finely crafted debut feature.
Hiam Abbass' helming debut stridently plays so many instruments its story of tradition vs. modernity among a Palestinian family in Israel during wartime is rendered ridiculous under the meller chords.
Simple and fresh despite its aura of nostalgia and innocence, this hit South Korean meller tenderly reveals concealed feelings between two Seoul college students as they reconnect 17 years later.
Mumblecore star Greta Gerwig collaborates with her "Greenberg" director Noah Baumbach to deliver an affectionate, stylishly black-and-white portrait of a still-unfledged Gotham gal.
Paul Thomas Anderson's longtime fascination with souls in extremis achieves a teasing, richly unsettling apotheosis in "The Master."
Sally Potter seems at a loss to communicate the ideas behind her agonizingly elliptical picture, leaving auds to marvel at the gorgeous cinematography and scarlet-red hair of its heroine, earnestly…
White-knuckle tense and less self-congratulatory than it sounds, Ben Affleck's unexpectedly comedic third feature has the vital elements to delight adult auds, judging by the enthusiastic response to…