"Letters to Juliet" is curiously sexless (the PG rating says it all).
Pic makes great use of the inherent absurdity of hysterical hatreds.
Pic abstractly manipulates multiple layers of representation to shattering effect.
An ambitious revue film with a two-pronged mission: making Western audiences laugh and exploring why Mideast audiences might not.
A provocative premise is undone by limited exploration and basic incoherence.
A fractured narrative and some equally fractured characters make "Snap" an engrossing, bitter and even bittersweet journey into crime, remorse, dysfunction, abuse and nervy, audacious filmmaking.
Simultaneously hilarious and horrific, Alexander Gentelev's extraordinary docu "Thieves by Law" offers a clear, concise and shockingly candid account of Russian gangsterism as told by the shamelessly…
Half eco-docu, half art, "Climate of Change" is social-action cinema with a twist -- it suggests that human beings might actually deserve an unspoiled planet.
Overacted, overwrought and not over soon enough.
A succession of straight-talking elderly strippers relate the history of burlesque.
Pretty people kicking major ass is a fairly solid formula for success.