A love letter to silent cinema sealed with a smirk, "The Artist" reteams director Michel Hazanavicius with dapper "OSS 117" star Jean Dujardin for another high-concept homage, delivering a heartfelt…
The Dardenne brothers' latest reminds you the most compelling stories are unfolding right outside your window.
Danish director Frederikke Aspock's feature debut, "Out of Bounds," isn't much of a feature at all, but more of a slender short stretched beyond reason.
Next-gen Mexican director and AFI grad Gerardo Naranjo delivers with "Miss Bala," a "Scarface"-scary depiction of south-of-the-border crime run amok.
A funny-looking woman named Fiona walks into a hotel and offers to grant Dom, the equally awkward night clerk on duty, three wishes in "The Fairy," the latest fest- and arthouse-friendly lark from…
Film's frustratingly elliptical style and lack of character insight give it a distinctly first-draft feel.
There's an undeniably populist appeal, light as meringue and twice as sweet, in the pic's arm's-reach sophistication.
Two weeks before Cannes, French restoration expert Serge Bromberg made a final trip to Hollywood, where Technicolor had spent the previous 10 months working on an unprecedented repair job.
Goodwin, Hudson play best friends whose bond is strained when the good girl sleeps with her pal's fiance in "Something Borrowed."
In an extravagant gamble worthy of the fictional Benzini Brothers Circus itself, Fox gives Sara Gruen's grassroots bestseller "Water for Elephants" the glossy, big-budget treatment fans crave.
The name Bertrand Blier used to mean something.