A lean and suspenseful genre piece that follows a bloody trail of vengeance to its cruel, absurd and logical conclusion.
Like his Oscar-winning "A Separation," Asghar Farhadi's latest is an exquisitely sculpted family melodrama in which the end of a marriage is merely the beginning of something else
Unquestionably Jia's most mainstream-friendly work, if also his most schematic and, blades aside, least penetrating.
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A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Great Gatsby Distributor: Warner Bros. It don't mean a thing if it…
It comes as little surprise that the Aussie auteur behind the gaudy, more-is-more spectacles "Moulin Rouge" and "Australia" has delivered a "Gatsby" less in the spirit of F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel…
This scrappy, draggy character study is noteworthy chiefly as a showcase for its lead actor's most quintessentially Keanu performance in years.
A sporadically engaging martial-arts extravaganza that looks even better compared with its predecessor.
This glum, juiceless spy thriller is unlikely to find an audience on any frequency.
The large-scale destructiveness he has previously wreaked upon public and private property (including entire cities), Michael Bay visits on the human body in "Pain & Gain," a pulverizing steroidal…