More filmed coffee-table book than documentary.
Lush landscapes, plot ambiguities and a streak of wry humor make this a most attractive dramatic cipher.
Fans will be in heaven, while others should find this disarming docu surprisingly absorbing.
Little about New Line's return to the Freddy Krueger well delivers.
A horror comedy much closer to the actor-riffing drollery of Edgar Wright and Christopher Guest than "Scary Movie"-style splatstick, "Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Undead" is one sly slice of the…
A show unsuited for the bigtime and probably best seen in tiny venues.
This generic horror meller would be most at home debuting on Syfy.
Robert Duvall, James Schamus, Joan Rivers, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, Walter Salles and Roger Ebert will be among the headliners attending the 53rd San Francisco Film Fest, which unspools April 22-May 6 at…
The cliches supporting this simple romance grow glaringly obvious.
The stupid/brilliant high-concept turns out to be the first and last memorable thing about the film.
The fascinating story of the collection and creation of Uzbekistan's Nukus Museum.