With razor-sharp irony, Dutch documakers Sander Snoep and Sarah Vos limn a damning portrait of the legacy of colonialism in "Curacao."
Tyro Jordanian writer-director Hazim Bitar's laid-back minimalist approach works to surprising dramatic effect in "Fish Above Sea Level," a character-driven two-hander about the grandson of a white…
"XP3D" is being marketed as the first Spanish chiller in 3D, but that's where its novelty ends.
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Despite the palpable air of deja vu that hangs over it like a light fog, "The Devil Inside" generates a fair amount of suspense during sizable swaths of its familiar but serviceable exorcism-centric…
Despite a hefty gospel infusion, "Joyful Noise" adopts the subject but not the spirit of the praise-choir world, serving up a routinely plotted competition drama in which Queen Latifah and Dolly…
"Beneath the Darkness" is a malformed, would-be horror shocker with a deliriously deranged performance by Dennis Quaid, who unfortunately seems to be the only one onboard who thinks he's in a comedy.
"It's About You" opens with an argument over who the docu is about: John Mellencamp, whose 2009 concert and recording tour are chronicled here, or professional shutterbug/amateur documentarian Kurt…
After an out-of-the-blue French kiss, a slobby Swede becomes the unlikely love interest of a widowed Gallic gamine in "Delicacy."
A love story, a large ship and nasty icebergs are all key ingredients of "Nova Zembla."
The Cathay countryside and its inhabitants have rarely looked drearier than in "Black Blood," Zhang Miaoyan's impressive second feature.
In "Angels Crest," guilt eats away at a young father whose momentary lapse of judgment caused his 3-year-old son to freeze to death.