So entertaining that audiences hardly even realize how incendiary it is, "Tim's Vermeer" stirs up a flurry of scandal in the hallowed realm of art history.
Devoid of color and mirth alike, Pawel Pawlikowski's severe "Ida" is just the sort of joyless art film one might expect Polish nuns living under the clutches of 1960s communism to appreciate.
This JFK assassination retelling makes "Bobby" look like a masterpiece by comparison.
Although its often unintelligible dialogue will severely limit its reach, this powerful dysfunctional-family saga is too well acted to go unreleased.
Based on the true story of free black American Solomon Northrup's kidnapping and imposed bondage from 1841 to 1853, this epic account of an unbreakable soul makes even Scarlett O'Hara's struggles…
A weird yet welcome sideshow oddity on the stage of international art cinema, "Sadourni's Butterflies" tips its hat to the ghosts of German expressionism.
Gia Coppola proves to have quite the eye, if not quite the natural storytelling instinct of her cinematic kin, serving up a remarkably assured feature debut.
Subtract the kidnapping, and "Labor Day" depicts the most romantic long weekend a divorced hausfrau could hope for, as a swarthy stranger waltzes into her life, passing the time by fixing her car…
This quixotic documentary seeks to defend Jewish entrepreneur Bernard Natan against claims that he got his start peddling silent-era pornography.
Just over a decade ago, Vin Diesel shot from near-obscurity to earning a $10 million payday in what seemed like record time, racing from an ensemble role in "Saving Private Ryan" to headlining "XXX"…
A week after Bradley Manning's sentencing in the U.S., this slick, smarter-than-usual British courtroom thriller challenges the validity of policies that shield key evidence from public scrutiny.