It's never a good sign when the funniest line in your romantic comedy is, "Did you visit the Holocaust museum?"
Like the high-fructose-laced soda given front-and-center product placement, this underdog sports story is sweet and corny, but in just the right measure to satisfy the masses.
After the Velvet Revolution, a fiftysomething Sudetenland train dispatcher is visited by ghosts from his and the region's past in "Alois Nebel," the visually accomplished feature debut of Czech…
A Bangkok assassin's life turns upside down -- literally -- in "Headshot," a brooding Thai noir whose protagonist's vision is inverted when a bullet hits his brain.
Presenting excerpts from an actual videotaped interrogation at Guantanamo, this disturbing docu casts the U.S. not as an exporter of democracy but as an international enabler of civil-rights…
Six years of legal limbo and post-production hell have not been kind to Kenneth Lonergan's "Margaret," an angry, cacophonous storm of a movie.
Playing a 13-year-old, pistol-packing smart aleck who grows up quick while thumbing her way West from Nebraska, Chloe Grace Moretz invests far more emotion in "Hick" than the film deserves.
"What happens to our eyes, happens to our souls," says one of the characters in "Two Brothers," and rookie scribe-helmer Imanol Rayo seems to have taken this to heart for his adaptation of Basque…
The course of true love is anything but smooth -- more like unconvincing, erratic and unresolved -- in "The One."
A harrowing drama that transforms the sorry plight of female prisoners in post-Civil War Spain into a bleak examination of man's inhumanity to women, "The Sleeping Voice" magnificently tells a tale…
An ex-con comes home and learns to be a dad to his two sons in thesp Dexter Fletcher's slight helming debut, "Wild Bill."