Set almost entirely in a Tehran apartment, where the action unspools virtually in real time, Nima Javidi's unnerving debut takes an incredibly relatable premise and invites audiences to speculate…
On a planet no one's ever heard of, three species no one cares about are caught in a genocidal battle for reasons no one understands. These are the so-called "Garm Wars."
Few helmers today make comedies as consistently entertaining as Argentina's Daniel Burman, and "The Mystery of Happiness" is no exception.
"An Open Secret," Amy Berg's expose of the sexual abuse of boy actors by those with the power to make or break them, recasts an old Hollywood story, with boychiks substituting for starlets and hot…
A protracted angstfest, "The Toy Soldiers" follows a group of very mature-looking teens during one fateful night that provides plenty of opportunity for histrionics.
An innocuous romantic comedy, "Always Woodstock" stars Allison Miller as an aspiring songwriter who retreats from relationships and career dead-ends in Manhattan to the titular upstate burg.
Eschewing extensive CGI effects for actors growling and scampering around in old-school Lon Chaney Jr.-style fur-face and fangs, "Wolves" is pretty silly, though it never takes itself all that…
The eyes may be the windows to the soul, but they wind up revealing far too little in "Big Eyes."
It's an overused line in celebrity journalism that the most challenging role any actor faces in their career is that of him or herself -- a public persona often no less constructed than any character…
A screenwriter has to be mightily confident in his script to christen it "The Rewrite," a title that begs jaded critics to suggest it may have needed another pass or two.