This tale of an overweight couple who relocate from the suburbs to Mexico City is as soft, sweet and insubstantial as a marshmallow.
Although it may perplex some audiences, Anup Singh's drama about the 1947 Partition of India packs enough punch to make up for its thematic disparity.
Wonderfully shot and expertly edited, this documentary about last year's Hurricane Sandy relief concert still tastes like leftovers.
Thousands of crime movies have made it clear: When things go bad, self-respecting criminals keep their mouths shut. Elegant yet empty, "Paris Countdown" illustrates the consequences of violating that…
Essentially a homemovie cobbled together with bland talking-head interviews, Yuliya Tikhonova's film offers a perfunctory tribute to the 40-year-old Harlem Blues and Jazz Band.
Re-edited and longer by about eight minutes than the original version that premiered at Sundance, Jehane Noujaim's documentary is a commendable yet limited account of post-Revolutionary Cairo.
A quixotic snowman who longs to experience summer handily steals the show in "Frozen," Disney's 53rd in-house animated feature and one of its most classical.
Many willing audiences will discover a jaunty "Celine and Julie Go Boating"-like charm to this semi-surreal film based on 410 consecutive Twitter updates.
Although it doesn't boast the kind of stylistic flash or easy hook that would magnetize sales interest, this quietly enchanting work from director Levan Koguashvili merits consideration from offshore…
Jon S. Baird's needfully messy adaptation of "Trainspotting" author Irvine Welsh's 1998 bestseller is a bracingly abrasive trip that will leave audiences craving a hot shower afterward.
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