A deeply poignant and disarmingly personal second feature from writer-director Mike Mills.
A doc of the father-son trek would have proven no less moving than this emotionally contrived drama.
Without Will Ferrell, Dan Rush's feature debut would be a tough sit. The actor makes it watchable.
Fans of "Let the Right One In" can relax.
Pic reels you in with its human-interest hook.
Evocative enough of late-'40s Havana, and the sweaty, sensual music of the time, to find a modest, yet dedicated following.
Proof that one must never underestimate another human's capacity to rationalize anything.
A pair of dead-on lead performances from Robert De Niro and Edward Norton.
Strips away the play's long, poetic monologues to reveal a spare, slow-burn detective story.
An impressive but not especially immersive true story of four POWs who escaped the Siberian Gulags.
The breakouts of the Telluride Film Festival include Colin Firth starrer "The King's Speech," a Weinstein Co. release that saw its Oscar hopes fortified by the fest; Errol Morris' scandalously…