Awakening teenage sexuality falls victim to darker things in Manuel Gomez Pereira's flawed but intriguing "The Hanged Man."
An ambitious, tabbouleh-flavored gang drama from Down Under, "The Combination" has some exceptional young actors and slick visuals but falls short on the drama front.
If "Love, American Style" had cross-pollinated with "Red Shoe Diaries" and the whole thing had been baked into an inedible "American Pie," you'd have something close to helmer Gene Rhee's ostensible…
"An Englishman in New York" brings John Hurt's now-classic imagining of "Britain's most famous homosexual," wit Quentin Crisp, to a satisfying, mellow close.
Any similarities between the two pics may be purely coincidental, but "Echelon Conspiracy" plays an awful lot like a direct-to-vid knockoff of last year's "Eagle Eye."
The opening image in Des McAnuff's strangulated revival of "Guys and Dolls" is of Damon Runyon pounding his typewriter, framing the production unequivocally in a fictional world. But the unintended…
A loopy series of character studies, centered on a woman with writer's block and a younger one who benignly stalks her, "Pardon My French" would be a small gem with 20 minutes shorn.
Neither the best nor the worst of movies derived from videogames, "Street Fighter: The Legend of Chun-Li" at least gives action fans plenty to ogle besides the titular heroine (Kristin Kreuk).
"Shuttle" is a decently twisty indie thriller about hostages lured aboard an airport minivan whose destination is nowhere pleasant. Directorial debut for scenarist Edward Anderson (who penned 2007…
In the tradition of charming, character-driven comedies such as "Local Hero," sprightly romp "Small Crime" centers on a tightly wound novice cop assigned to a sleepy Greek island where nothing much…
Going straight proves harder than it looks for a newly released prisoner in the watchable if narratively disjointed Slovakian pic "Soul at Peace."