This haunting glimpse of women in wartime is based on a diary written by a journalist, who was one of the thousands raped in the wake of the Red Army invasion.
Robin Williams plays the lead in this dour comedy that has flashes of deadpan outrageousness.
In an apartheid parable of sorts, extraterrestrials forced to live in slum conditions on the outskirts of Johannesburg, South Africa, find a human ally.
Japanese animator Miyazaki's latest film is a captivating tale of a tiny fish who jumps out of the ocean to see the world.
Docu-style film about an immigrant's struggle dips into the murky world of moral compromise.
Sappy love story stumbles in the logic department and is thin on real romance, too.
In this summer-soufflé of a movie, Meryl Streep's rendering of Julia Child is a bravura comic performance.
Docudrama about falling love in love has a sweet, meandering quality.
An existential comedy with Paul Giamatti in a brilliantly deadpan lead role.
This documentary about the slaughter of dolphins is also a call to arms.
Afghan hopefuls risk their life to sing in an 'American Idol' spinoff that offers a window on a war-weary tribal culture.
Drama follows two Danish resistance fighters during World War II and their fear of infiltrators.
Adam Sandler plays a successful comic coming to grips with a possibly fatal diagnosis in the latest Judd Apatow comedy.
A graphic vampire movie with art house aspirations.
This biting political satire will have you laughing hard as it skewers London and Washington politicos in the run-up to war.
Katherine Heigl and Gerard Butler star in this raunchy romantic comedy that plays along a predicable curve.
A inspirational author, who turns out to be a fraud, finds a form of redemption with the help of his chiropractor.
French new wave legend Agnès Varda turns the camera on herself in this whimsical and touching portrait.
Based on an 1986 incident, this portrayal of mob rule in an Iranian village is a haunting tale.
A 'boy meets girl, boy falls in love' movie – with a twist, and some charming performances by Gordon-Levitt and Deschanel.