Savvy, socially conscious, crowdpleaser showcases an indelible star turn from Brazilian thesp Regina Case.
A cultivated sense of calm — no more or less than you'd expect from a study of Buddhist practice — permeates "Golden Kingdom," an impressively disciplined, occasionally transporting debut feature…
A rookie cop in Internal Affairs discovers the head of the narc unit is on the take in this by-the-book sequel to the helmer's locally popular "City State."
The future of American screen comedy looks an awful lot like the present — which is to say, steeped in pop-culture references, groin-fixated humor and gay panic — if we are to believe the enjoyably…
A mildly engaging docu about sherry, once Spain's most important export but now often seen as a dowdy tipple rather than a complex, versatile wine.
Roughly midway through "The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel," a lovesick Bill Nighy notes that Judi Dench's character has "checked out," referring of course to her status at the hotel.
Dominga Sotomayor's improvisational sophomore feature, "Mar," is a slight work about a lackluster couple on a seaside holiday.
The line between priggishness and creepiness is repeatedly smudged by multihyphenate Rik Swartzwelder in "Old Fashioned," a faith-based drama that looks as lovely as an expensive greeting card, but…
The second half of this sly tale of an apolitical carjacker brings Muayad Alayan's themes into sharper focus and adds pointed digs at all sides of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
A raw look at a retired Romany boxer who goes back into the ring in the hopes of keeping his family together.