To begin at the very end, the closing credits of "Viceroy's House" bear a detailed dedication to a woman who survived the devastating upheaval of the 1947 Partition of India.
To say at this point that Isabelle Huppert is the best thing about any film featuring Isabelle Huppert is tantamount to saying that chocolate chips are the standout in a chocolate chip cookie.
Ever since the bulbous, gorgeous gay erotica of one-time underground icon Tom of Finland crossed over from the locked drawer to the coffee table, it has been plagued by the same old line of…
Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans, goes the old saying — though for the variously stymied characters of "Félicité," life hits them when they have no plan at all.
The words "I'll see you in my dreams" get an eerie, affecting new spin in "On Body and Soul," a determinedly eccentric but intermittently startling misfit romance.
If Michael Winterbottom was hoping the title "On the Road" would lend an associative shot of Kerouacian cred to his roving kinda-rock-doc, the finished film does little to live up to it.
"I was reading Austen and Brontë and no one ever measured up to that," says Anastasia Steele of her romantic history near the beginning of "Fifty Shades Darker."
2017 marks the 25th anniversary of the Los Angeles Riots, and those burning days don't feel nearly so long ago in "Gook," an uneven but compellingly immediate take on that moment in history from a…
When a devastating international crisis brings with it an inevitable surfeit of topical documentaries on the subject, audiences can be overwhelmed to the point of inactivity.
How do you make a sequel to a film that defined a generation, a whole generation later?
There may be no life in South African politics more narratively riveting than that of Winnie Madikizela-Mandela.