A wannabe erotic meller that keeps its audience waiting 75 minutes for the lesbian money shots.
The agonies and occasional ecstasies of high school infatuation are vividly recalled this impressive debut feature.
A touching, soft-spoken portrait of two adults fighting to contain their carnal passions from spilling over into a full-blown affair.
Aptly titled yarn about brothers in an urban shantytown benefits from strong performances.
With a barrage of colorful f/x, flamboyant performances and outlandish sets, Gallic oater is about as close to a traditional Western as Paris is to Dodge City.
A surprisingly lackadaisical and narrowly focused historical drama from Dutch helmer Ben Sombogaart.
L.A. Film Festival jury prizewinner should certainly click with mumblecore aficionados.
This polished production is likable enough, and could generate just enough favorable word of mouth to ensure respectable returns.
"Bomber" makes an immediately likable impression that deepens into poignancy.
Spends 96 minutes preaching to the choir while providing only the flimsiest of arguments, solutions or factual logic.
A natty-looking but predictable love story that's not only in widescreen but also, for a large part, in split-screen.