Undistinguished apart from Rebecca De Mornay's performance as an unhinged mama, grisly pic centers around a yuppie couple whose suburban home is invaded by the severely dysfunctional family that…
A rock docu without the rock, "Color Me Obsessed" features two hours of impassioned testimony from fans of '80s indie band the Replacements -- and not a lick of the group's influential punk-pop…
What could have been a crack thriller devolves into a pointless dramatic exercise in "A Proper Violence."
As chatty as it is empty, writer-director Allen Cognata's "The Putt Putt Syndrome" attempts a flip in perspective on the "Desperate Housewives" template, considering the dalliances of stay-at-home…
Although it never presents itself as anything other than run-of-the-mill genre fare, "Blitz" is a classier crime thriller than its key elements might suggest.
The corpse of a mysterious naked lady turns up in the pad five cheating husbands share in "Loft," the Amsterdam-set remake of the eponymous 2008 Flemish (and therefore also Dutch-language) B.O. champ.
Joonas Neuvonen's docu may well be a classic in the literature of addiction.
The life of one of the most fascinating femmes of the 20th century looks lush, but is otherwise sadly short-changed in Finnish biopic "Hella W."
An intelligent, sensitive Icelandic high schooler comes to grips with his sexuality in likable teen soap opera "Jitters," from first-time feature helmer Baldvin Z.
First-time feature helmer Brian Crano maneuvers some tricky tonal shifts with impressive ease in "A Bag of Hammers," a droll, quirky comedy with a pleasant amount of heart.
It seems only appropriate that "Young Goethe in Love," a biopic of the early years of the Teuton writer most clearly associated with Sturm und Drang and Romanticism, should be largely fictitious…