Troubled productions, best-seller adaptations, festival favorites and plenty of biopics to go around — the annual film awards season promises to be as stuffed as ever.
In some marital-strife dramas, one hopes for spouses to work out their differences; in others, a swift separation seems the kindest outcome for characters and viewers alike.
While one can, at a push, imagine Pedro Almodovar being amused by a gag involving a holy petrified foreskin, there's otherwise little danger of "The Bad Education Movie" being mistaken for its…
For anyone who still remembers 1999's antiseptic Meryl Streep vehicle "Music of the Heart," Brazilian classroom drama "The Violin Teacher" may sound discouragingly familiar
"Right Now, Wrong Then," a bittersweet romantic comedy by Hong Sang-soo, has taken the coveted Golden Leopard prize at the 68th edition of the Locarno Film Festival.
Martin Scorsese is thanked in the opening credits of "Bombay Velvet," but that's far from the last time this splashy Bollywood gangster spectacular pays its respects.
An acclaimed filmmaker is the object of diffident female attention from multiple sources, leading to an innocuous array of misunderstandings and romantic missteps.
Manhood-measuring contests — in every imaginable sense of the phrase — are taken to brazenly literal extremes in "Chevalier," the long-awaited third feature from Greek multi-tasker Athina Rachel…
Fresh off a third Oscar nomination and a healthy haul of critics’ gongs for Alejandro G. Inarritu’s "Birdman," Edward Norton isn’t so prize-hungry as to covet career honors like the Excellence Award…
Sebastian, Disney's calypso-inclined crustacean, may despair at "Little from the Fish Shop," a sly update of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Little Mermaid" in which his catchy counsel to remain…
You can't choose your family, sure — though if there's one lesson to be learned from the woebegone fraternal principals of "The Snake Brothers," it's that you can make any number of your own bad…