Zoom down to the vid store for a grab at The Motorcycle Diaries, with Gael Garcíƒ a Bernal as the young Che Guevara. It's not in the same league, but hey--Steve Zahn, Salma Hayek, Jeff Goldblum, and Elijah Wood? What the hell ever happened to Chain of Fools, a heist comedy from not-so-distant 2000? And who ever heard of Geraldine's Fortune, from just last year, an ensemble item about game-show contestants starring Jane Curtin, Mary Walsh, and Sheila McCarthy? It's time to catch up with some more of those foreign titles known only from the film-fest circuit. From Austria comes 1995's Animal Love, a doc about people and their pets. Japanese kinkmeister Takashi Miike travels abroad for The Bird People in China, from 1998, the same year as I Stand Alone, another audience divider from Irreversible director Gaspar Noé. South Korea's Tae Guk Gi: The Brotherhood of War actually had a short commercial run here, as did The Yes Men, an uneven but worthwhile documentary about corporate nose tweakers. From reissue land comes Smithereens, Susan Seidelman's punk-laden 1982 debut, Robert Altman's narratively anemic but musically rich Kansas City, and the two-disc Donnie Darko: The Director's Cut. Oh, and then there's Saw, because we need more horror in this world.