Leisurely but decidedly un-PC comedy-drama could easily lose a reel, but nonetheless has more than its fair share of cantankerous charms.
A dysfunctional family dependent on the pension of a widowed relative raids an old folks' home for a substitute when the original dies in the flat dark comedy "72 Hours."
A well-crafted sophomore feature that could have packed a wallop with a tighter script.
Might be perfect for gorehound fanboys, but for all others, a bit of a drag.
Inspirational pic provides a valuable albeit overproduced history lesson.
Two lonely people in the night -- and the next morning, and afternoon -- find one another in the Brit romance "Forget Me Not."
An extended Mexican standoff, Korean-style, "The Showdown" is well mounted but doesn't quite cut it as a thinking person's period actioner.
An Aboriginal prison parolee battles to get her life back on track in "Here I Am," an uneven meller about female survival and fractured mother-daughter relationships.