What goes "La Ronde" comes around in Fernando Meirelles' "360," a circular study of modern couplings.
A macho, adrenaline-fix suspenser that plays like the bigscreen equivalent of those pulpy spy novels that once clogged grocery-store checkout lanes.
Throwing the conventional sports-movie formula a curve, "Moneyball" offers an uncannily sharp, penetrating look at how Oakland Athletics general manager Billy Beane helped reinvent baseball.
Considering the harrowing true-story origins of her latest WWII extreme survival story, Polish director Agnieszka Holland no doubt intended for "In Darkness" to be arduous.
Laika is looking to its own backyard for its most ambitious project yet. The Portland, Ore.-based animation studio behind "Coraline" has optioned "Wildwood," a young-adult fantasy novel set in an…
Rounding out his "Globalization Trilogy" with another affecting, character-driven portrait designed to indict corporate opportunism, Micha X. Peled exposes the issues underlying a rash of farmer…
Like Sundance without the snow, the Telluride Film Festival cherry-picked some of the fall's most anticipated indies over Labor Day weekend -- among them "The Descendants" and "We Need to Talk About…
A wicked Midwest satire with razor blades stashed beneath its bright candy-apple surface.
More than mere rock-doc hagiography, "Material World" reveals how George Harrison struggled to tame his soul, understand life and ready himself for death.
On one level, Werner Herzog's "Into the Abyss" is an appeal to end capital punishment, but it's not the kind of documentary that drives policy change.
One look at Albert Nobbs and you can tell he's not your typical 19th-century butler.