The edge achieved by director-editor-producer-scribe Garth Donovan is jeopardized by overreaching for topical relevance.
Overblown, overlong and overstuffed with genre self-referentialism.
Offering a fitfully funny sitcom plot clumsily stretched to 90 minutes, then goosed with increasingly tiresome doses of smuttiness and political incorrectness, "The Best and the Brightest" is neither.
A stagy, old-fashioned period piece that misses most of its dramatic cues.
An aging, fading film director is not given the treatment he deserves in "Artifice," based on the life of and starring onetime director Enrique Belloch.
Helmer Sally Rowe serves up iconoclastic chef Paul Liebrandt in slices in "A Matter of Taste."
A mind-control freak meets his mild-mannered match in the fast-paced, supernatural-flavored Korean actioner "Haunters."
An imaginative, exuberantly kitschy musical about a hick Uruguayan girl's dreams of stardom, "Miss Tacuarembo" is not only eye-catching and fun, but clever, too.
In Mexican helmer Yulene Olaizola's pictorially abstract sophomore feature, a young woman freebases heroin in a rundown hotel near the sea.
"Catalunya uber alles!" reps a misleading sledgehammer of a title for a three-part drama that, while undoubtedly punchy, also incorporates plenty of intelligence, wit and compassion in its…
Pic reps a satisfyingly compact, solidly built property offering fine views of corruption in the Spanish construction biz, the collapse of which is responsible for many of Spain's current economic…