An all-consuming first love haunts the heart of a young French girl for the good part of decade in "Goodbye First Love," the deeply satisfying third feature of Gallic scribe-helmer Mia Hansen-Love…
To say "Mami Blue" lacks the budget and the cojones of the film that inspired it, Ridley Scott's "Thelma & Louise," is not to condemn it out of hand.
Pascal Arnold and Jean-Marc Barr's "American Translation" is the kind of disjointed film that gives smutty French art cinema a bad name.
The bruising life of a Roma teen takes on shades of "Hamlet" in Slovak helmer Martin Sulik's poignant and beautifully rendered humanist drama "Gypsy."
Sassy irreverence gives way to feeble romantic-comedy conventions in this Justin Timberlake-Mila Kunis starrer.
Murky melodrama unfolds in a women's prison in the intriguing Chinese thriller "The Floating Shadow."
Two guileless lost souls from New York City connect via a phone-sex line in wispy yakfest "Somewhere Tonight."
Hard to swallow but impossible to ignore, this nihilistic comedy may emerge as a cult touchstone.
A distraught drama student is told she's invisible by her teacher just before a famous theater director casts her in a demanding lead role in "Cracks in the Shell."
"Daylight" is a discomforting experience throughout much of its compact 75-minute running time, primarily because of surface similarities to recent torture-porn thrillers with comparable setups.
A frenetic, faux-hysterical parody of '50s space movies, Troma films, Ed Wood pics, "Mighty Morphin Power Rangers," "Doctor Who," "Attack of the 50-Foot Woman" and the Three Stooges.