A charming, Charlie Kaufman-like metafictional puzzler from debuting Canuck writer-helmer Daniel Cockburn.
The characters are not the only things "Stranded" in debuting writer-directors Hughes and Sandra Martin's shaky wartime drama-cum-supernatural thriller.
Expulsion from utopia is never pleasant, but as Sabine Gisiger and Beat Haener show in "Guru. Bhagwan, His Secretary & His Bodyguard," it takes a certain type to believe utopias are even possible.
A young gangster rises to the top of the underworld while his famous outlaw dad stews in jail in the energetic but ultimately wearisome crime caper.
A bicoastal comedy with a bit of a bipolar disorder.
With "Piranha," the 32-year-old carnivorous fish franchise has lost none of its bite.
Pic is distinguished mainly by Steve Zahn's dynamite perf as an embittered junior college baseball coach.
An evocative exploration of the qualities that distinguish Spain's north and south.
A taut little thriller that's big on atmosphere, if low on budget.
Three young women living in poverty and squalor reap the consequences of an unfortunate alcohol-fueled crime binge.
Employees and employers try to, er, work out their issues in "Labor Court."
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