A worthy but faintly dull civics/history lesson directed by Stephen Frears at his most televisual.
A competently acted, technically adequate Cliff Notes take on Faulkner's tale of dirt-poor Missippi folk in mourning.
A spirited, highly amusing and endearingly shambolic documentary about film, money, Cannes and death, roughly in that order.
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
Audiences are likely to feel impatient with this leaden Russian black comedy.
Francois Ozon's mid-career roll continues with this nuanced, emotionally temperate study of a bourgeois teenage girl who takes up prostitution.
With its excessive plotting, heavy-handed use of London establishing shots and ponderous air of villainy, "All Things to All Men" could easily be dismissed as yet another minnow pulled from the…
Although state-of-the-art in its rendering of textures, movement and stereography, DreamWorks' latest 3D toon, "The Croods," adopts a relatively primitive approach to storytelling.
Essentially a chamber piece that feels exactly like the legit adaptation it is, "Yesterday Never Ends" reps a tedious drama from Spanish helmer Isabel Coixet.
Writer-helmer-editor Emir Baigazin demonstrates near-perfect pitch with his first professional feature, "Harmony Lessons," an immaculately executed study of bullying and revenge in a small town on…
Marrying the spoken word with imagery for the first time in more than a decade, James Benning extends his palette with the cumulatively stunning "Stemple Pass."
A sparingly told portrait of an unhappy marriage set in upscale Istanbul, "Lifelong" makes good on the promise shown by writer-helmer Asli Ozge in her 2009 debut, "Men on the Bridge."