Overlapping narratives-within-narratives abound in "Romance Joe," but a puzzle-like resolution never arrives in South Korean helmer Lee Kwang-kuk's fanciful first feature.
While posing no threat to "The Hunger Games," "Wrath" should carve a healthy swath through its lesser B.O. competitors.
A northern Mexican cattle-ranching community desperately holds on for survival amid brutal weather conditions in documaker Everardo Gonzalez's "Drought," which begs comparisons with "The Tiniest…
Broad comedy and goopy melodrama are combined to digestible but hardly delectable effect in "Joyful Reunion."
The journey of the first giraffe transported from Africa to Paris gets a fanciful retelling in "Zarafa."
"Being an old woman was never part of the fantasy," observes one of the subjects of "I Am a Woman Now," Dutch docu helmer Michiel van Erp's affecting look at five European men who were reborn as…
Evincing both bemused skepticism and ardent curiosity, Gotham Chopra searches for the man behind the mythos that has grown around his famous father in "Decoding Deepak," an up-close portrait of the…
If Pupi Avati were to make a film with a gay character, it might look and feel something like "Magnificent Presence." Helmer Ferzan Ozpetek continues to distance himself from any edginess, settling…
Elliptical to the point of abstraction, "Booster" is an austere and stripped-to-essentials indie that suggests a Boston crime drama such as "The Town" or "Monument Ave." as reimagined by Robert…
A buoyant Capra-esque venture that sometimes stumbles but never fails to dazzle.
A serious sibling rivalry forces auds to pick which twin is the phony in "The Second Woman."