A familiar tale that offers several big laughs.
Uncomfortable but worthwhile Chilean film goes inside a house filled with priests living in shame for their sexual indiscretions.
A pretty good collection of Live Action Short Film nominees led by one that sears the screen with intensity.
The Academy Award nominees for Short Film (Animated) are a mostly nondescript group. One is definitely a clear-cut best.
A meta-critique/celebration of cinema, the Coen Brothers' latest is more of a curiosity than a comedy.
Jane Austen's classic story gets the zombie treatment, and loses energy far too quickly.
Icelandic tale about two estranged brothers who are neighboring sheep farmers. Simple story, but beautifully executed.
Coming-of-age story in Thailand touches upon brotherly love, homosexual love, issues of class, deception, and poverty. Despite a lot of great ingredients, the final dish is still missing something.
Despite a tortured path to the big screen, this Natalie Portman vehicle is an engaging western.
This spoof doesn't offer enough laughs because the gags are cheap and quite obvious throughout, sometimes repetitive but mostly unfunny.