Psych-pop duo merge moody electronics with hip-hop beats on “Voices.”
Superb performances maintain suspense in hard-to-believe thriller.
Irrational characters keep romantic drama from feeling authentic.
Unflinching intensity and heartbreak set film apart.
“Ride Along” stumbles over a dull cast and shallow plot.
Director Paolo Sorrentino crafts a triumphant tale in “The Great Beauty.”
John Krokidas’ “KIll Your Darlings” suffers from its sloppy storyline.
“About Time” gives a science-fiction twist on normal romantic comedies, but ultimately falls flat.
“We Are What We Are,” a horror movie about a cannibal family, delivers great acting and story.
“Wadjda,” the first film completely shot in Saudi Arabia, tells the story of a girl defying gender-norms in conservative Saudi Arabia.