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.
An emotionally resonant story about a Swedish mother whose passion for photography offers her an escape from an oppressive marriage.
Dramatic football game is given fresh life in this documentary about Harvard's win from behind in 1968.
Intensely violent superhero movie is a film noir for comic-book geeks.
An unconventional child explores the power of her imagination.
True to the bloody, mundane realities of Mafia gangsters' lives, this film often devolves into incomprehensibility.
Harrison Ford plays a burned-out immigration officer in a film that puts plot complexity in a new league.
An unsettling portrait of a broken family, culled from tapes and transcripts.
Throughout this story of a German man's travels come small, rapturous moments.