Claudia Wonder certainly has a colorful enough resume to float Dacio Pinheiro's feature portrait.
Film is an innocuous gay romance in sore need of more character and narrative development.
A dispassionate, deglamorized portrait of organized crime in Kuala Lumpur.
A criss-crosser glued together by the specter of homophobia and gay-bashing in liberal London, "Clapham Junction" is an intelligent and engrossing ensemble drama marred just a bit by narrative…
A gentle meditation on father/son bonding in the face of death, seems atypical, if not anticlimactic.
"Pornography" resorts to the oft-used suspense hook of digging into the backstory behind snuff movies.
White-trash-melodrama cliches both "Hounddog" serious and "Sordid Lives" comedic hobble "Drool."
Largely sustains its emotional resonance throughout constant tonal gear shifts.
A male couple wanting to raise a child find an unlikely donor in "Misconceptions."
Pic peaks early -- like, during the first three minutes -- and rapidly goes downhill from there.