The Lion of Judah In this imaginative retelling of the story of Easter, brave Judah (Georgina Cordova) the lamb learns he's marked for sacrifice, then hightails from Bethlehem with Horace (Omar Benson Miller) the hearty pig, Slink (Ernest Borgnine) the intellectual rat and their pals on a madcap journey to Jerusalem. The road is filled with dark and wondrous moments, and all the friends flash hidden strengths -- Judah above all -- as they head to Calvary.
Breaking Wind Torn between two supernatural loves, young Stella is forced to choose between the brooding, egocentric vampire Edward and the hot-blooded, howling werewolf Jacob in this uproarious spoof of the Twilight films.
Johnny English Reborn Five years after his last mission ended in disgrace, bumbling spy Johnny English sharpens his martial arts skills at a Tibetan monastery and then is called back into service by MI7 to protect the Chinese premier from a vicious assassination plot.
A Dangerous Method In this David Cronenberg-helmed biopic, Viggo Mortensen stars as Sigmund Freud, whose relationship with fellow psychology luminary Carl Jung (Michael Fassbender) is tested when Sabina Spielrein (Keira Knightley), one of the first female psychoanalysts, enters their lives. This World War I-set drama also stars Vincent Cassel as Otto Gross, a disciple of Freud, and Sarah Gadon, who plays Jung's psychoanalyst wife.
In the Land of Blood and Honey Actress Angelina Jolie makes her directorial debut with a tale of marriage set against the violence of the Bosnian War. Ajla and her husband struggle to keep their relationship alive, a battle that distracts them from the nation's upheaval.
Camel Spiders Gigantic camel spiders are inadvertently transported from the Middle East to the American Southwest, and when the flesh-eating insects are let loose, they terrorize the locals until the survivors band together with several soldiers to fight back.
Corman's World: Exploits of a Hollywood Rebel B-movie maestro Roger Corman is celebrated in this star-packed documentary. While trafficking in movies featuring lots of blood, violence and nudity, Corman nonetheless managed to tackle issues like race and sexism with his independent features. Luminaries including Martin Scorsese, Ron Howard, Robert De Niro and Jonathan Demme offer their reflections on the legacy of this purveyor of thrills and chills.
WWE: Bending the Rules When his father's car is stolen while in his care, a district attorney teams up with a corrupt cop he's failed to convict to get it back. The duo soon discovers that the thieves want more than the district attorney's property ... they want his life.
El Bulli: Cooking in Progress Filmed over the course of one year, this appetizing documentary about the creation of Michelin-rated three-star cuisine shadows world-renowned chef Ferran Adrià as he plans and perfects a new menu from the privacy of his Barcelona cooking lab.
Miss Bala Determined to escape the poverty of her hometown, Laura enters a beauty pageant. But after she inadvertently witnesses a gangland massacre, she becomes a pawn in a violent game between the gang's brutal leader, his rivals and American DEA agents.
Romantics Anonymous Love and chocolates may yet win the day in this delightful romantic comedy, which follows the slow-burn romance of talented chocolatier Angélique and chocolate-factory owner Jean-René, lonely souls who secretly share a debilitating anxiety disorder.
The Heir Apparent: Largo Winch When a billionaire suddenly dies, his corporation passes to his free-spirited son, Largo, who's languishing in a South American jail on phony charges. Now Largo must battle corrupt cops, corporate raiders and his own ambivalence about his new wealth.
The Hidden Face When his girlfriend, Bethlehem, vanishes, the handsome director of the Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra despairs -- then gradually moves on. But even as he finds comfort in a new relationship, questions about Bethlehem's disappearance linger.
The Yellow Sea This Korean thriller finds an impoverished cabbie (Jung-woo Ha) acting as a hit man but unaware of the real reason for his assignment. The hapless man is sent to South Korea to carry out an assassination and winds up the target of a true professional (Yun-seok Kim). After the success of his debut film, The Chaser, director Hong-jin Na obtained financing from a major Hollywood studio for his sophomore effort -- a first for a Korean production.