Sony Pictures Animation spins a 30-page children's book into a 90-minute all-you-can-laugh buffet.
Excise the love story, and there's a good movie buried within "Love Happens" struggling to get out.
Docu-like drama about two old women bound by a haphazard crime and their devotion to family.
A nastily well-planned kidnapping for ransom hits quite a few hiccups.
This latest feature from Tim Blake Nelson is a mixed bag of often mismatched ideas.
An often brilliantly imagined black comedy-cum-magical-realist yarn about a dumb peasant and his cow during WWII.
Mainland Chinese helmer Liu Jie goes seriously arty with the often frustratingly slow "Judge."
Sean Byrne's debut feature transcends mere torture porn in its deftly controlled mix of empathy, grotesquerie and sardonic humor.
"Vanished" reps an encouraging step forward for Cambodia's ailing commercial cinema.
Contempo tale of a rich country kid who chucks his childhood sweetheart for a big-city bad girl.
Gallic auteur Jean-Pierre Jeunet ("Amelie") hits the sweet spot with "Micmacs."