Two different types of tribalism come into deadly conflict in provocative Israeli drama "Policeman."
Helmer Yoshimasa Ishibashi, enfant terrible of commercials and episodic television, here fully bursts into features with "Milocrorze," a splashy, vivid, time- and space-defying romp that loosely ties…
If "Freaky Friday" had an impudent, foul-mouthed little brother, it would be "The Change-Up," an often needlessly crass, bromance-oriented spin on the body-swap comedy.
Starring Jet Li in an uncharacteristic non-action role, "Ocean Heaven," about a dying man's attempt to assure the future for his autistic son, reps a modest success for Chinese femme scripter Xue…
Set in a quasi-Fascist alternative U.S. of the 1980s, "Radio Free Albemuth" is an engrossing adaptation of the same-named novel by Philip K. Dick.
Filmmaker Mladen Maticevic becomes more a part of the story than he intends in "Run for Life," a modest but moving docu about three Ethiopian long distance runners who defect to Serbia in the hope of…
Two poor Kurdish lads in Istanbul dream of going to Germany to make their fortune in well-intentioned but one-note melodrama "Broken Mussels" from debuting Turkish helmer Seyfettin Tokmak.
The swings between lassitude and rage in a rocky lesbian relationship are often effectively woozy in Kanchi Wichmann's "Break My Fall."
A self-consciously postmodern triptych reconsidering the subject of its title, writer-director Brian Pera's "Woman's Picture" takes too long to reach dramatically satisfying observations about its…
The harder that "Joe + Belle" tries to exert its hipness as a black comedy about two young lesbians accidentally killing people and eluding the law, the greater the strain shows.
Writer-director J.C. Calciano's gay romantic comedy "eCupid" tries to eke laughs from web-centric matchmaking, but the pic's uninspired writing, acting and helming merely recycle the familiar tale of…