Peter Mullan crafts a stunning, brutal portrait of a bright youth's descent into gang crime.
Thriller is nothing very special or original, but it gets the job done briskly and economically.
Fans excited to see John Carpenter back in bigscreen will find limited cause for joy in "The Ward."
Disappointment in love leads to unexpected fulfilment for a young teacher in rural Italy.
Competent but middling suspenser achieves just moderate tension when would-be killers find their plan unraveling.
An anemic losers-in-love story with a "Kick-Ass" twist.
An earnest stab at nonexploitative horror strongly reminiscent of "Henry: Portrait of a Serial Killer."
Starts out in familiar teen-comedy territory but effectively grows more serious.
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