A mercurial 18-year-old girl gradually reaches detente in Laurent Perreau's erratic but finely acted debut, "Restless."
The lure of one last job proves too great a temptation for a struggling parolee and family man.
A very likable though not even remotely original gay crowdpleaser.
Sentimental look at a son returning to his hometown to say goodbye to his dying mother.
A would-be thriller that has nothing to do with cards and even less to do with thrills.
The lechery, loves and literature of Spanish scribe Jaime Gil de Biedma receive pleasingly offbeat treatment in "The Consul of Sodom."
"Nobody to Watch Over Me" is a hard-to-swallow social critique delivered in the guise of a taut protective-custody thriller.
Destined for some kind of cult status simply due to its weird assembly of talent.
Pic brings a breath of satirical fresh air to a topic that's rapidly approaching media suffocation.
Film reps a weirdly intriguing mix of previous post-apocalyptic pics.
It's a sad day for Jackie Chan fans when the action-comedy star is reduced to a vehicle this lame.