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"Nothing is normal," one character needlessly reminds us late into director-co-writer Matt Aselton's "Gigantic," since, by that time, the film's disinterest in anything normal has already been loudly…
"Beverly Hills Ninja 2," a sequel to the 1997 action comedy, will lense in South Korea starting next month, making it the first mainstream Hollywood pic to do so.
Moving away from its longtime home on Copacabana Beach to a decidedly less scenic locale (a renovated warehouse in the city's port district), this year's Rio Market will nonetheless feature more to…
Like no other fest in Brazil, Rio draws international film industry execs, producers, helmers, actors, buyers, sellers, fest organizers, press and critics. And with them come just as many eager…
A 10-year-old boy flees early 1980s Buenos Aires with his parents, landing among eccentrics in a Berlin industrial loft in the gently quirky autobiographical drama "My Mother's Tears."
Set in '69, "A No-Hit, No-Run Summer" gets to first base, at least, with its modest tale of B-team squirts who play in old hockey jerseys but eventually hold their own against the well-named…
A fleet-footed teen encounters a torrent of problems when her beloved grandmother dies and she joins her crack-whore mother in the Nassau slums in "Rain." Despite the script's melodramatic cliches…
Effectively elusive, "The Red Spot" is an ultimately inscrutable drama about reconciling the past by disturbing the present. Helmer Marie Miyayama's debut feature prefers silent glances to dialogue…
Less an exploration of John F. Kennedy the man and president than an extended, talking-head-filled lament on what's happened to American politics since November 1963 (not much good, is the…
"There's always a solution," goes the mantra of African-French earth mother Sonia (Felicite Wouassi), and she sure needs plenty of them, given the chaos in her family.