This otherwise slick pic could require reshoots to restore it to something commercial crowds are willing to take seriously.
Antonio Campos' second feature is an unsettling broken-psyche study starring Brady Corbet as a sort of modern-day Ripley, amoral and disengaged enough from the feelings of others to become a…
Benh Zeitlin's stunning debut finds its dandelion-haired heroine fighting rising tides and fantastic creatures in a mythic battle against modernity.
Writer Sarah Koskoff and director Todd Louiso deliver a slight, solipsistic portrait of emotional recovery starring likable and woefully underused character actress Melanie Lynskey.
Exec producer George Lucas spent 23 years developing "Red Tails," a glossed-up B picture about the exploits of the Tuskegee Airmen in World War II, but even without the long delay the project took to…
A sampling of Sundance pics shoppers are circling going in to this year's fest
As much as Americans love to watch movies, the vast majority can't abide subtitles. If they really wanted to read, they'd stay home with a book -- or so goes the conventional wisdom to explain why…
Despite a hefty gospel infusion, "Joyful Noise" adopts the subject but not the spirit of the praise-choir world, serving up a routinely plotted competition drama in which Queen Latifah and Dolly…
To paraphrase Jean-Luc Godard, it was a year of beginnings, middles and ends, but not necessarily in that order.
With a heavy heart and even heavier hand, Stephen Daldry addresses the tragedy of 9/11 through the experience of a boy struggling to accept the death of his father.
Our senior film critics opine about blown embargoes, dodgy ethics and how journos and studios want it both ways