The sins of parents and teachers are visited on their progeny and students in "The Wild Children," a largely subtle, compassionate and perceptive take on bad education affecting a trio of Catalan…
Wu Ershan's supernatural costumer combines technical razzle-dazzle with a competently told yarn that allows its stars to shine.
A clever conceit that ultimately resolves itself along overly smooth, therapeutic lines.
A skateboarder's determination to display thrashin' skillz is interwoven into a fable of forgiveness in "Hardflip."
Helmer Todd Bellanca charts the freefall of a U.S. boxer confronting various forms of squalor in Bangkok.
This throat-gripping look at history and its continuing ramifications won the top Dutch docu prize at IDFA.
Wedding martial-arts action to pulpy noir, "The Girl From the Naked Eye" gets one's attention but doesn't keep it.
Even the worst Eon-backed Bond movie has the distinction of being better than Charles K. Feldman's "Casino Royale," the first of two unofficial 007 pics (the other being "Never Say Never Again") in…
Frisky and frivolous, Woody Allen's "To Rome With Love" serves up four comical vignettes in the latest stop on the director's breezy tour of romantic Euro locales.
"8th of March" shows how even the good parts of communist philosophy have been bankrupted by subsequent governments.
Though its premise suggests something resembling "American History X" as directed by the Farrelly Brothers, Jesse Beget's low-budget comedy "Cellmates," is less offensive and far less interesting…