For those who get lumps in their throats each time a Marine shouts "HOO-rah," "Battle: Los Angeles" brims with acts of martial derring-do.
Not since "Little Shop of Horrors" has a screamfest tuner so deftly balanced seriousness and camp.
Brad Furman's legal thriller is a quintessential airport-novel kind of movie.
Herman Melville's "Moby-Dick" gets a landlocked remix courtesy of ill-conceived action-adventure "Age of the Dragons."
A boy learns to appreciate his mother and saves a planet in the process in this amped-up sci-fi toon.
An extraordinary if belated addendum to his epic, nine-hour "Shoah," Claude Lanzmann's "Karski Report" consists of passages omitted from the 1985 film.
Pic boasts a relatively conventional storyline peppered with heavy verbal violence, trippy visual metaphors and a cacophonous soundtrack that mark it as a strictly outre item for dedicated arthouse…
An inexperienced intern at a Thuringia hospital isn't equipped to handle love in "Dreileben -- Beats Being Dead," from German auteur Christian Petzold ("Yella," "Jerichow").
Set in the '70s and endowed with the era's crime-drama muscle, "Kill the Irishman" also suffers from the period's proclivity for cloying sentiment and a tendency to Robin Hood-ize its story of a…
A cheerfully delusional patient locks horns with the chief doctor at a Finnish mental hospital over the course of a decade in "Princess."
Leisurely but decidedly un-PC comedy-drama could easily lose a reel, but nonetheless has more than its fair share of cantankerous charms.