For those who believe capitalism is the scourge of the earth, "The End of Poverty?" will be an oasis of clear-headed thinking.
A splashy, fun addition to Takashi Miike's eclectic film canon, this deliberately overblown live-action film version of a popular late-'70s anime TV show spoofs the very notion of mounting big-budget…
A self-styled "poetic reckoning" of the past century and "a visionary relationship" with the present one.
A heart-wrenching tale from Atalay Tasdiken that owes as much to Iranian pics about children as to the new wave of regional Turkish features.
As its title professes, the star-studded comedy "All About Actresses" is indeed just that, offering a premise that may prove fascinating for some and absolutely irritating for others.
Hagiography can't get more one-sided than Nicole Haeusser's celebratory look at Joe Dallesandro.
Striking images of a hard-edged brilliance are the reason to see Sonja Wyss' "Winter Silence."
Auds may feel a sense of deja vu while watching the blackly comic crime thriller "Staten Island."
After winning a free car in an advertising promotion, a poor provincial teen finds it comes with a hefty emotional pricetag.
There is the peace and quiet of the countryside and then there is the deafening silence of the Christian village of Ain al-Halazoun, the Lebanese mountain hamlet portrayed in the devastating if…
Vet PBS arts documentarian Peter Rosen's "Garrison Keillor: The Man on the Radio in the Red Shoes" takes an aptly rambling, leisurely, fond look at this professional anachronism, whose gently…