"Drive" takes the tired heist-gone-bad genre out for a spin, delivering fresh guilty-pleasure thrills in the process.
It's the end of the world but also the start of something new for Lars von Trier, whose mind-blowing "Melancholia" offers perhaps the gentlest depiction of annihilation one could imagine from any…
Even without the wire hangers, Eva Ionesco's semi-autobiographical debut, "My Little Princess," feels an awful lot like other monster-mommy tales, only this time.
Justin Chang: We're past the midpoint of the fest, and with four days and several hotly anticipated titles still to screen, it's a bit premature to assess whether this will go down as a great…
An intense yet oddly impersonal attempt at staging Greek tragedy among a small circle of working-class characters.
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…