"Pandorum" more strongly evokes the condition of deja vu.
More audacious in concept than in execution.
Healthy fest life is assured, but a critical push will be needed for theatrical play.
Moody, poetic and a cinch to draw moody, poetic people to the arthouse.
A flaccid, tepid romantic dramedy that proceeds at the pace of a distracted delivery man on a hot afternoon.
One of Amos Gitai's most aggravatingly arty works, "Carmel" will mean little to those outside the Israeli filmmaker's principal fan base and immediate family.
Italo documentary plays more like a DVD special feature than a proper documentary.
First-time documaker Dan Merchant calls for a culture-war ceasefire.
Simultaneously insightful and idiotic, sustaining a frisky rhythm in both its dialogue and its casually kinetic mise-en-scene.
An impassioned yet prosaic fact-based melodrama.
Bruce Willis starrer is an intense and eerily plausible sci-fi thriller.