Faithfully following the same track as the acclaimed 2002 French drama that inspired it, "The Man on the Train" is a leisurely paced but consistently engrossing tale of two men who come to see in…
The unbreakable will of a poor mother who wants to take her children to the big top is the potent force driving "Watch Indian Circus."
Current trends in Filipino indie cinema are lampooned in "The Woman in the Septic Tank," a lively laffer about cynical filmmakers planning a "poverty porn" drama solely for the purpose of scoring…
British helmer Carol Morley delivers her most assured work to date with "Dreams of a Life," exploring the mystery of a 38-year-old Londoner whose body was discovered decomposing in her apartment more…
Good intentions don't always lead to desired consequences in "Happy End," the latest feature from Swedish theater and occasional film director Bjorn Runge ("Daybreak," "Mouth to Mouth").
Splendid setpieces and a typically charming perf from Korean superstar Song Kang-ho add up to not very much at all in "Hindsight."
Poetic travelogue "Carriere: 250 Meters" is as much a meditation on the concept of place as it is a voyage through the life and influences of Gallic novelist, playwright and screenwriter Jean-Claude…
A biography of Korean director and studio head Shin Sang-ok, who worked both sides of the peninsula's north-south divide, "The Golden Age of Korean Cinema & the Legend of Shin Film" is an enthralling…
Stately, fitfully mesmerizing but definitely not for lowbrows, experimental filmmaker Ben Rivers' "Two Years at Sea" observes contempo hermit Jake Williams as he ekes out a living in the wilds of…
Family-friendly and abounding in uplift, "The Mighty Macs" is an undemandingly pleasant indie drama about the true-life exploits of the 1971-72 Immaculata College basketball team, which set a new…
A Gallic rogue-cop thriller that's all meat-and-potatoes and little gravy, "R.I.F. -- Recherche dans l'Interet des Familles" is as generically entertaining as its standard gritty look.