Thesping powerhouse Vidya Balan goes as far as Bollywood conventions will allow in "The Dirty Picture," which traces the rise and fall of a 1980s Indian film goddess.
When the secret American boyfriend of a Jordanian student turns up at her wealthy family's home during a wedding, their relationship problems prove far larger than "A 7 Hour Difference."
The rebellious son of a Koranic lawyer defies his father's expectations and his community's repressive traditional mores in the sensual, Casablanca-set drama "Love in the Medina," from…
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With a heavy heart and even heavier hand, Stephen Daldry addresses the tragedy of 9/11 through the experience of a boy struggling to accept the death of his father.
Though sufficiently well made to suggest a viable career behind the camera for debutante writer-director Angelina Jolie, "In the Land of Blood and Honey" seems to spring less from artistic conviction…
G rating, familiar characters, and the squeaky-voiced harmonizing of the principal rodents will lead to a further feathering of Fox's nest and more furry follow-ups to what has been a largely…
This beautifully composed picture brings a robust physicality to tried-and-true source material, but falls short of the sustained narrative involvement and emotional drive its resolutely…
The absurdities and complexities of life in contempo Amman are presented with pleasingly understated humor in "The Last Friday."
The Chipmunks scurry onboard for another launch of their seemingly unsinkable franchise in "Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked," which features the incorrigible singing rodents as Robinson Crusoes…
A world-class water torturer takes revenge on a religious zealot who kills his own grandma in tyro helmer Park Soo-min's intermittently intriguing critique of belief, "A Confession."
Seductively riffing on Bizet's "Carmen," "The Rif Lover" is a bold, visually ravishing drama about l'amour fou and the taboo that patriarchal culture places on women's bodies and desires.