"OC87" serves both its subject and its viewers well by chronicling a process that is actually insightful, entertaining and apparently successful.
Though its crude premise will raise expectations, "Not Suitable for Children" is a flaccid Australian romantic comedy that's unlikely to satisfy even the most laugh-starved auds.
"Ultrasonic" begins with the intrigue of a struggling rocker's disturbing sense that he's hearing strange sounds unheard by others, but the paranoid premise leads to less-than-resounding suspense…
Affable perfs from Holly Hunter and Carice van Houten ensure an enjoyable ride, though the screenplay succeeds only very late in the game in using the genre's obligatory road stops as believable…
"Peggy Sue Got Married" gets a cute French accent in "Camille Rewinds," an amiable comedy that ultimately goes on too long without taking its back-to-the-past premise in an emotionally satisfying…
The pure white and blue beauty of Greenland's stunning icy landscape is paired with an involving story of a traumatized teen reconnecting with his ancestral ways in Mike Magidson's enjoyable feature…
Worlds don't so much collide as politely bump into each other in "Three Worlds," a glossy, well-meaning but dramatically listless study of class relations in contemporary Paris.
Bourdos should see his atmospheric, well-acted period piece appeal to older, art-savvy moviegoers everywhere.
On the heels of "Weekend" and "Keep the Lights On," the arthouse normalization of the gay romance continues apace in "Beyond the Walls," a carefully crafted, gently moving debut feature from Belgian…
Platinum music artist Ben Drew makes an auspicious feature helming debut with microbudget British urban drama "Ill Manors."
An adaptation of Choderlos de Laclos' 1782 novel transposed to 1930s Shanghai, "Dangerous Liaisons" plays it safe, evoking old-school Hollywood romances without new stylistic variations.