The product of three years in the editing room, the playful pic consists of quick cuts from more than 450 classics of world cinema, artfully collaged to tell a love story.
Claude Miller's final film is tastefully upholstered, but the narrative generates little heat, empathy or momentum.
Documaker Ashim Ahluwalia ("John & Jane") makes an impressive transition to features with "Miss Lovely," an atmospheric tragedy set in the sordid world of Bombay's exploitation-film industry during…
A shocker of a remake, equal parts stylish and scuzzy, "Maniac" only marginally softens the grindhouse sleaze of William Lustig's 1980 original.
A tribute to a masterful eye, a humanistic heart and a wondrous life, "Journal" is a natural for docu fests and Euro satcasts.
Imagine visuals from a less disciplined, zero-budget episode of "The Office," and the look of Rachid Djaidani's "Hold Back" becomes clear.
Predictably patchy portmanteau pic "7 Days in Havana" sutures together seven flimsy-to-outright bad shorts set across a week in Havana, to forgettable effect.
Confidently expanding his inquiry into the essence of American masculinity, Nichols' latest pressure-cooker pastoral conjures a wily figure of endangered Southern chivalry whose name is … you guessed…
Like a taxidermist, Takashi Miike removes the sinew and heart of the star-crossed amour between a good rich girl and a poor bad boy, only to stuff it with glossily macabre artifice, in "For Love's…
A trite and tangled potboiler that, despite its polemical pretensions, is just a glorified Korean domestic drama with classier couture and shapelier champagne flutes.
A charming animated feature inspired by Belgium writer-illustrator Gabrielle Vincent's wholesome children's books of the same name.