The rare feature to treat science seriously and respectfully, Sebastian Brahm's "Roman's Circuit" fascinates with its mix of actual and invented ideas on memory and neuroscience, but falls short as a…
A consistently fascinating and occasionally suspenseful study of a Buenos Aires actor whose ambition may be curdling into obsession, "Vaquero" is all the more intriguing if you know it's the feature…
Filipino maestro Lav Diaz continues to push, prod and reinvent his personal yet universal cinema with "Century of Birthing."
Calling your movie "Still Life" probably isn't the best way of standing out in a crowd, especially when the movie is yet another Austrian pic about pedophilia.
An overly literary script combined with a wearying theatricality mar Arturo Ripstein's loose black-and-white adaptation of "Madame Bovary."
Easily the most polished production so far from brothers Alex and Stephen Kendrick, the prolific and increasingly accomplished filmmaking pastors at the Sherwood Church of Albany, Ga.
Jens Lien's bittersweet coming-of-ager is one of the funniest, most poignant Scandi dramedies since "My Life as a Dog."
Paramount's "Footloose" reboot never quite cuts loose enough to distinguish itself from the original.
A "Die Hard" setup drives the ultra-intense French pic "Sleepless Night," which follows its bloodied, besieged cop protagonist through the corridors and crawl spaces of a single location -- in this…
Nothing's quite as it seems in "Dream House," an initially teasing variation on the haunted-house movie that pivots in a radically different, uninspired direction.
Fumbling for psychological realism in its tale of a Kolkata cop whose accidental killing of a child sends his life into a slow tailspin, Hindi indie "Michael" is further hobbled by blotchy…