If the title "Up the Yangtze!" suggests "up a creek!," it's no coincidence.
A docu constructed from re-enactments packs a punch.
Sex hasn't really been a major factor in recent cinema, and onscreen breakfast has never been given its due, so something called "Sex and Breakfast" promises to fill the minimum daily requirements of…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Something's rotten in the state of Jiabo, where the king is dead, the queen has married her brother-in-law, the prince is acting crazy and his girlfriend is even crazier.
This droll, melancholic comedy about a large and large-hearted misfit will prove more of an acquired taste for most auds, although a cultish following and continued quirkiness are sure to follow from…
Less electrifying than a live Public Enemy show but packing more energy than 12 standard-issue music docs combined, "Public Enemy: Welcome to the Terrordome" is among the best of its kind -…
In 1964, having delivered what might have been the best performances of their illustrious careers, Peter O'Toole and Richard Burton found themselves facing off as lead actor nominees for "Beckett."
Once upon a time, as in 78 years ago, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences would honor a performer for multiple films. In 1929, Emil Jannings was recognized as best actor by starring in "The…
Being John Malkovich -- the actor, not the movie -- means occupying a singular, coolly smoldering spot in the pantheon of movie stars. His looks are decidedly unconventional, and his role choices…
The extreme-skiing movie "Steep" is less a documentary than a sales pitch -- not for a product or a place, but for a sport,
"Love in the Time of Cholera" has been given a translation by helmer Mike Newell that's both too literal and too thorough.