Even moreso than 2011's "Mildred Pierce," this finely crafted, wonderfully cast meller suggests a promising new life for the women's-picture genre on nets willing to let such stories breathe.
Repeating a lot of the same beats from their first two stop-motion adventures, "Coraline" and "ParaNorman," Laika's disappointing latest represents a baffling misappropriation of talent.
The existential questions Albert Camus raises in his short story "The Guest" translate exceptionally well to the Western genre in "Far From Men," which stars Viggo Mortensen as a colonial…
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Al Pacino does big and larger-than-life better than any thesp working today. But "Manglehorn" is a fragile, smaller-than-life portrait.
At the outset of his filmmaking career, Benoit Jacquot worked as an assistant director to the great French novelist Marguerite Duras, and now he has made a film that feels more indebted to her…
If cinema is like dreaming with your eyes open, then “Reality” is “Rubber” director Quentin Dupieux's mind-numbing attempt to apply slippery dream logic to filmmaking.
Usually, he's the one behind the camera, but in what amounts to a French "Kids," Larry Clark can be seen passed out in the opening scene, spilled across the steps of the Palais de Tokyo as skaters…
A blisteringly hot-blooded, defiantly anti-formulaic look at a has-been movie star's attempts to resuscitate his career by mounting a vanity project on Broadway.
In South Korea, the city of Gyeongju is known for its hundreds of burial mounds, making this town, which has its head in the past, a fitting backdrop for director Zhang Lu's exquisitely observed…
Through a mix-up at a border checkpoint, an Israeli performance artist trades places with a Palestinian suicide bomber in what sounds like a fairly conventional mistaken-identity comedy. But Shira…