The deafening Bollywood action comedy "Boss" is a relentless hard-sell star vehicle, a two-and-half hour string of sledgehammer fighting and dancing sequences.
Director-producer Scott Mactavish uses straightforward talking head interviews with family menders and friends to evokes the extraordinary focus and courage Navy SEAL Lt. Murphy seems to have been…
"Free the Mind" is an elegant if somewhat overlong documentary about the pioneering work of University of Wisconsin psychologist Richard Davidson.
Maneesh Sharma's hit third feature is a cake-box romance with something surprising at its center.
In some ways, the U.S. version of the Korean hit "Oldboy," under way at Universal, is the ne plus ultra of the recent trend of American movie studios remaking Asian genre films.
There could hardly have been a more perfect year in which to appoint Quentin Tarantino president of the feature film jury at Cannes. Hard on the heels of a grueling promotional tour for "Kill Bill…
For most observers of Indian popular cinema, the six to 10 lip-synched songs that decorate each new release are the industry's most distinctive feature. A Bollywood film without songs is like chicken…
The Academy's foreign-language film category could hardly be described as a prison or ghetto. Not when in recent years it has embraced such major commercial successes as "Life Is Beautiful" (1998)…
The most pleasantly surprising thing about the 1971 screenplay roster is how not bad it is. Some films were overlooked that have proved more durable than the anointed ones, but that's only to be…