Accomplished visually and busy sonically pic nonetheless falls short with a story that scarcely begins to exploit its rock 'n' roll demonic-possession premise.
Based on a notorious double-murder case in the Indian city of Noida, "Guilty" is bound to stir up controversy on its home turf with its dramatically potent depiction of police ineptitude, media…
In placing us firmly on the side of a group of undocumented Mexican workers caught in the crosshairs of a psychotic American sniper, "Desierto" probably isn't going to make Donald Trump's top-10…
What played in print as hard-hitting but nuanced now feels like a simplistic, somewhat pandering melodrama that will please armchair Islamophobes.
The celebrated career of Australian-born, Oscar-winning costume designer Orry-Kelly is given a long-overdue spotlight, though the film is marred by fanciful, heavy-handed and unnecessary…
If "Forsaken" were any more old-fashioned, lenser Rene Ohashi might have filmed it in black-and-white, scripter Brad Mirman definitely would have trimmed the F-bombs from his dialogue, and the entire…
Julio Medem's film is a smiling-through-tears saga whose generally tasteful execution can't ultimately salvage a whopping load of maudlin contrivance,
However earnest his intentions may have been, German director/coscenarist Floran Gallenberger's borderline-hysterical potboiler ends up a ludicrous exercise in lower-end genre cliches.
Substituting for Amis' post-punk Nabokovian prose a blitz of heavily stylized visuals straight out of some post-apocalyptic Chanel commercial, this spiraling story of sex, murder, darts…
The Netherlands' Foreign-Language Feature Oscar candidate has political relevancy, polish and strong perfs. But critical support will be uneven for a film that too often feels like an uninspired…
Let's address the obvious right off the bat: Yes, "February" is the first feature written and directed by Osgood Perkins — son of Anthony Perkins, the late, great actor who made his stab at…