A celebrated San Francisco wordsmith's reluctant return home to New Mexico and his dying father.
Several plotlines arrive unannounced and collide onscreen.
Playful docu inventively uses the field kitchen as a prism through which to view 20th-century European history.
A muddled, overlong Nipponese indie centered on an irresponsible father.
A father's shockingly candid confession throws a 12-year-old kid's emotional life out of whack in "Angel at Sea," an impressive debut feature by Belgian helmer Frederic Dumont that asks more…
A one-trick pony that would have been much more effective at half its length.
Documentary is a less-than-electrifying account of an electrifying election.
Pic sinks under the weight of muddled plotting.
Masahiro Kobayashi's "Where Are You?" takes the Nipponese helmer's numbing brand of dramatic minimalism to a new level.
More zippy, diverting fun from Robert Rodriguez's family filmmaking factory.
The Germans — well, most of 'em — are actually the good guys in WWII drama "Saviors in the Night."