Voyeurism is but the least of the sins committed by a solitary Bratislava air-traffic controller in "Visible World," a strongly plotted character study-cum-thriller from Slovak novelist and helmer…
A tale of two siblings and lots of honeybees, "There Was Never a Better Brother" is a well-worn narrative of sibling rivalry that could have used a bit more directorial derring-do than just a few…
A deviant, demented and occasionally delicious flashback to the heyday of omnibus horror.
Jamel Shabazz's striking photographs dominate Charlie Ahearn's docu, the director's loose camerawork unwittingly highlighting the shutterbug's arresting compositions.
Helmer Malu de Martino's "So Hard to Forget" is an evocative, unsentimental character study.
Two aspiring standup comics team up to take on London's unforgiving comedy circuit in the almost unforgivably dire "Huge."
While the concept is more likely to inspire giggles than excitement, "Cowboys & Aliens" is a full-bodied, roundly satisfying yarn.
CGI-happy helmer Fumihiko Sori ("Vexille," "Ping Pong") takes a silly and melodramatic shot at a boxing title with "Tomorrow's Joe."
A German goth girl's father gives her a good reason to wear black by committing suicide in "Lollipop Monster," the confident directorial debut of Ziska Riemann.
In a time before raunchy, R-rated laffers competed for the how-low-can-you-go prize, the demand for mature, grown-up romantic comedies resulted in pics as wise and wonderfully character-driven as…
Three immature Indian buddies in their 30s finally grow up while traveling through Spain in the uneven bromantic comedy-drama "Zindagi na milegi dobara." Dogged by clunky humor and too much…