If the original could be accused of having a real point, the uninspired redo has none whatsoever.
Trying something very different from the antic gay coming-of-age humor of his well-received debut feature, 2004's "Dorian Blues," writer-director Tennyson Bardwell delivers an old-fashioned ghost…
A Swiss-German slacker realizes something must have gone horribly wrong at home while he was enjoying a holiday in the Maldives in "A Thousand Oceans," the sophomore effort of Swiss helmer Luki…
A strong cast and an equally strong script make "Desires of the Heart" everything Tsui Hark's recent "All About Women" wasn't: an entertaining, well-written romantic comedy centered on femme…
Septuagenarian scientific illustrator Renaldo Kuhler has had an imaginary world to escape to since childhood.
"Super, Girls!," Jian Yi's humdinger of a docu, follows a handful of young women auditioning for the 2006 edition of the vastly popular, soon-to-be-banned Super Girl contest, the Chinese equivalent…
The film debut of Catalan theater director Ferran Audi, "The Frost" is a contempo Norway-set update of Ibsen's play "Little Eyolf."
Atypically, vet Gallic helmer Andre Techine's latest film, "The Girl on the Train," centers on one of the most media-blitzed events of recent French history: a young woman's invented story about…
A sharp, thoroughly enjoyable exploration of seminal South Los Angeles hip-hop hotspot the Good Life Cafe.
It's been 46 years since Jane Fonda's last role on Broadway but there's no sign of rustiness in the cool command she brings to "33 Variations."