"Chronicle" cleverly embraces the found-footage format as shorthand for a new kind of naturalism, inviting auds to suspend disbelief and join in the fantasy of being able to do anything with their…
Stunning lensing and a deep respect for the stories of coastal Kenyans leave auds pleasantly ruminating on a world touched by magic long after the final credits roll.
Debuting helmer Karan Malhotra stokes up a fiery revenge tale in "Agneepath," an expensively pumped-up, relentlessly energetic retelling of the 1990 Amitabh Bachchan cult favorite of the same name.
A Burmese construction worker in Taiwan returns to Myanmar with thoughts of staying put in Midi Z's intriguing though repetitive semiautobiographical debut, "Return to Burma."
For those who think life isn't depressing enough, there's "Living."
No emotion goes understated and no good deed goes unpunished in Rasit Celikezer's thudding melodrama, "Can," which conveys a conservative message of the obligations of women toward their children…
An aptly infuriating expose of sexual abuse within the U.S. military, Kirby Dick's docu "The Invisible War" calls high-ranking officials to account for turning a blind eye to a violent epidemic.
Everyone's family has drama, complexity and intrigue, but in just about any related contest, Rachel Leah Jones would win.
Neither remake nor sequel, Robin Hardy's companion piece to his legendary 1973 "Wicker Man" proves an altogether tamer piece of filmmaking, opting for humor rather than psychological horror.
Like many ambitious experiments, Miller's mashup of semi-improvised drama and cinema-verite stylistics is only fitfully successful.
Located at the intersection of U.S. nuclear amnesia and the 2011 meltdown of the Fukushima plant in Japan, "The Atomic States of America" takes a fairly objective approach to an emotionally volatile…
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