Take the template of 1972's "Play It Again, Sam," replace Woody Allen with a generic French blonde with lite love troubles and Humphrey Bogart with the maxim-dispensing Woodmeister (in poster form)…
Christian Slater stars as a former FBI agent relocated in Bulgaria in routine thriller "Assassin's Bullet," but the pic's raison d'etre is female lead, Elika Portnoy, marking the third time she's had…
When NakedSword producers approached experimental short filmmaker Travis Mathews about making an amateur porn feature in the vein of his "In Their Room" series, they seem to have overlooked the…
Middling Gallic dysfunctional-family seriocomedy "The Day I Saw Your Heart" is a slick but trite diversion toplining Melanie Laurent as a Parisienne whose hapless lovelife stems from poor parenting…
For those who can abandon logic and go with the flow, 2010 South Korean production "Secret Love" may possess a certain cockeyed grace and sensual charm, thanks in large part to its actors.
"Couples" form, fly apart and realign like planets in intersecting orbits in Heong Yong-ki's screwball comedy.
The discovery of his late father's journal prompts Israeli documentarian David Fisher to drag three siblings on a journey only he's enthused about: to the sites of the Austrian concentration camps…
A moderately interesting sampler of voices on the American left, "The Kingdom of Survival" weakens its good intentions with an all-too-common documentary fault: the filmmaker as gratuitous star.
After her 2008 documentary "Blessed Is the Match," Roberta Grossman covers an even broader swath of 20th-century Jewish history in "Hava Nagila (The Movie)," albeit far more lightheartedly.
"Step Up Revolution," the fourth entry in the venerable dance franchise, is a narrative failure but a triumph of sheer spectacle.
A truth-in-advertising title if ever there was one, "Vulgaria" charts the cheerfully offensive misadventures of a film producer for whom self-humiliation and associating with kinky gangsters are all…