All the world's a stage for the characters in Jacques Rivette's film.
Boyd van Hoeij
Crowdpleasing coming-of-ager set in the early '60s is enjoyable even if it only intermittently soars.
This is take it or leave it material for fest auds, with commercial prospects as flat as a stick of Doublemint gum.
A driving instructor's orderly life comes apart after he's involved in a domestic atrocity.
Pic plays more like a increasingly dark fairy tale that doesn't know when to stop.
The things that go chomp in the night in murky shaky-cam shots are further revealed in "[REC]2."
A handsome young devil from Mexico pulls off an incredible stunt on his way to a new life.
A son's struggle to survive in the music biz prompts his 70-year-old mother and two of her gray-haired gal pals to take up singing again.
Bruno Podalydes returns to his hometown of Versailles and the present for the star-studded letdown "Park Benches."
A fast-talking loser on speed is rejected by both his girlfriend and a country stuck in a post-commie funk.
A father's shockingly candid confession throws a 12-year-old kid's emotional life out of whack in "Angel at Sea," an impressive debut feature by Belgian helmer Frederic Dumont that asks more…