Although carried by Riisa Naka's forceful perf as a devil-may-care pregnant woman, "Mitsuko Delivers" is an awkward Japanese comedy that often feels like hard labor.
Leaden helming turns cultural significance into aud indifference in "The Passion of a Man Called Choe Che-u."
Irish helmer Alexandra McGuinness' debut "Lotus Eaters" wants desperately to be a portrait of the beautiful and the damned, with its tale of West London rich kids doing drugs and shagging each other…
A dark thriller about an unhappy Barcelona apartment-block concierge set on destroying the happiness of others, "Sleep Tight" is designed to give auds sleepless nights, and mostly succeeds.
Self-conscious snark gets you only so far when you're making a semi-satirical slasher pic, even when there are cheap 3D shocks to exploit, and "Julia X" pretty much defines the extent of what a film…
Yet another supernatural thriller about friends who slip into darkness while out in the woods, "The Corridor" offers little more than low-voltage shocks while plodding through familiar territory…
The pernicious effect of bullying is the theme of "The King of Pigs," a South Korean animation that's as tough as its title suggests and then some.
The consistently amusing "Puss in Boots" should appease audiences and shareholders alike as the swashbuckling cat leaves his prints all over the fall box office.
A criminal mob whose reach was so powerful that it brought down the last prewar government of the Netherlands is the nominal subject of "The Gang of Oss," though more than once, a leggy leading lady…
A boozing, pot-smoking and penniless Brazilian musician is kicked out of his uncle's home in "Soulbound," though he conveniently bumps into a wealthy music producer whose relationship with his b.f…
Although it doesn't offer a new chapter for the war-is-hell playbook, "The Front Line" is a solid if overlong chronicle of a South Korean unit slogging it out near the 38th parallel during the…