Michael Caine is a tour de force in this gentle drama about a widower and his friendship with a boy obsessed with life after death.
Poignant tale of an aspiring Dominican baseball player explores lessons in dashed hopes.
Documentary mines the complex con of a Chicago mother of two whose 'nonfiction' book about honor killings became a bestseller.
Another drama set in the bleak lands of suburbia, with some dysfunctional insects thrown in.
Dark comedy swerves uneasily between violence and goofiness as an egotistic mall cop grapples with anger issues.
Period drama follows a young girl's career as she auditions for a music hall in prewar Paris.
A young adult romantic comedy with a core of feeling that overrides the inevitable goofball gross-outs.
Documentary lauds the legendary Italian fashion designer and his four decades of making women 'beautiful.'
Drama about IRA member Bobby Sands's death fast in a Belfast prison looks at the high price of martyrdom.
French comedy puts a philosophical twist on romance as two lovers weigh the consequences of a kiss.
Adapted from a play, story hangs on a racial incident at a Vermont college, but suffers from staginess and stiff dialogue.
3-D animation is an affectionate riff on 1950s sci-fi movies with some high-caliber voice-overs.
A dramatic and sometimes brutal thriller about Central American migrants journeying to a better life.
Romantic thriller rolls out star power but leaves audience with an empty puzzle of a plot.
Malkovich is perfectly cast as the over-the-hill mentalist, who still dreams of making it big again.
Goofy comedy with a heavy lewd streak follows the travails of a groom looking for a best man.
Russian reinterpretation of Reginald Rose's "Twelve Angry Men" comes with a heavy dose of racism, anti-Semitism, and vodka swilling.
Inspired casting with Amy Adams and Emily Blunt pushes film beyond chick-flick territory.
Love, war, and poetry mingle in this dreary retelling of Dylan Thomas's famously tumultuous love life.
Director Kurosawa's bleak tale of a Japanese family unraveling after the father loses his job is painstakingly observed – and scary.