Jim Jarmusch tweaks the vampire genre slightly in this sweet but slight love story about world-weary hipster bloodsuckers.
A deeply inconsequential Gallic-Israel semi-comic collaboration.
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.
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.