Powered by a dazzling circus act, a gaggle of goofy accents and a fresh dose of action-adventure silliness, "Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted" severs the DreamWorks toon franchise's ties to reality…
After "Tony Manero" and "Post Mortem," his devastating portraits of the Pinochet regime, Chilean helmer Pablo Larrain satisfyingly completes the trilogy with an affirmative victory for democracy in…
Reality-TV addiction is overripe for satire, yet Matteo Garrone's latest swerves from anything biting, opting for an affectionate look at a man's mad quest for celebrity.
More than another fawning ode to a legendary director (though it is certainly that), Laurent Bouzereau's supremely subservient docu "Roman Polanski: A Film Memoir" sets out to rehabilitate its…
Everything or nothing can be read into Apichatpong Weerasethakul's docu-fiction, which plays like a bonus track to "Uncle Boomee Who Can Recall His Past Lives."
Repulsive and sublimely beautiful, arguably celebratory and damning of its characters, "Paradise: Love" is hideous and masterful all it once, "Salo" with sunburn.
Turkish trash in the literal sense of the term, the subject of "Polluting Paradise" isn't quite as sexy as that of Fatih Akin's previous nonfiction outing, "Crossing the Bridge," about the vibrant…
Melding heightened drama with quirky, state-of-the-nation social realism, the pic aims to undercut epic plot contrivance with naturalistic perfs and a lyrical shooting style.
An intriguingly lurid but oddly uninvolving tale of lust, deception, jealousy and murder that loses tension and credibility even as it springs twist after twist.
More admirable in theory than in practice, "The We and the I" finds pop-surrealist auteur Michel Gondry getting real with non-pro teen thesps, cast as chatty Bronx kids coming home from school on…
This low-budget passion project from "Eagle Eye" director D.J. Caruso offers a practical solution to the issue of adolescent bullying.