A Manhattan family try to shrink their carbon footprint to zero in this entertaining documentary.
A charming, humorous spin on the classic immigrant story, as a Palestinian mother negotiates small-town America with her teenage son.
Argentine film is a complex, ultimately confusing tale about a woman losing the plot of her own life.
A family gathering slowly reveals deeper frictions in this Japanese seriocomedy.
From the creator of "Office Space," a new workplace comedy set in a factory where management wins slightly more of our sympathy.
Two men face their past three decades after the violence of the Troubles links their lives.
A die-hard New York Giants fan is beaten up by the star player and struggles with the fallout.
Ang Lee's dramatization portrays Woodstock as a shining moment without any larger look at what was roiling the country.
Documentary follows six American mothers who find solace for their own sorrow in losing a child by helping AIDS orphans in South Africa.
Robin Williams plays the lead in this dour comedy that has flashes of deadpan outrageousness.
Step in to the world of three master electric guitarists in this affectionate documentary about a jam session.
Tarantino turns history on its head in this World War II fantasy where the Jews come out on top.
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.
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.
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