Playfully caricatured performances and a great generosity of spirit in this funny and heartfelt feature.
Indignant and subversive, "Pink Ribbons, Inc." resoundingly pops the shiny pink balloon of the breast cancer movement/industry, debunking the "comfortable lies" and corporate double-talk that…
Moribund Euro thriller is a story rife with alienation, paranoia and intimations of madness.
Docu showcases the serenity and determination of Neel Couwels, the 50-year-old terminally ill woman at the center of Belgian filmmaker Manno Lanssens' lucid, surprisingly engrossing film about death…
A fatal sweetener turns preparations for nuptials into quite another kind of gathering in Iranian director Reza Mirkarimi's latest offering.
"It is not necessary to understand everything," says a character in German drama "Totem," which is clearly the author's message of this willfully obscure, dreary arthouse effort.
A clumsily assembled, subpar horror thriller pits five rag-tag survivors of an unexplained violent event against a cannibal clan.
Incompetent on every level, would-be controversial sex farce is relentlessly unfunny to the point of alienation.
A story crowded with implausible developments involving their respective characters makes for a busy movie but not an especially entertaining one.
Helmer Kim Kyung-mook's "Stateless Things" more than confirms the promise he showed in his earlier, medium-length "Faceless Things."
An attempt to shoehorn film theory lessons on space and time into a tale of powerless Punjabi villagers overwhelms the initial artistry of Gurvinder Singh's "Alms of the Blind Horse."