Several high-profile pics have debuted in Venice and Telluride, stirring awards buzz and, in some cases, a few shrugs. Here are some of the buzzier titles on the fest circuit as of Tuesday, September 6th.
“The Descendants” is one of those satisfying, emotionally rich films that works on multiple levels. More
David Cronenberg’s latest is an elegant, coolly restrained account of the friendship between Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung. More
Few filmmakers have plumbed the soul-churning depths of sexual addiction as fearlessly as British director Steve McQueen has in “Shame.” More
An inventive, meaty distillation of Le Carre’s 1974 novel, pic turns hero George Smiley’s hunt for a mole within Blighty’s MI6 into an incisive examination of Cold War ethics. More
It’s a career-crowning role for Glenn Close–too bad the film is such a drag. More
More than mere rock-doc hagiography, Martin Scorsese’s doc reveals how George Harrison struggled to tame his soul, understand life and ready himself for death. More
Madonna’s sophomore feature doesn’t have much going for it apart from lavish production design and terrific, well-researched costumes. More