TV-style biopic reduces South Africa's struggle to the status of an impediment in the blooming romance between Nelson Mandela and his wife Winnie.
Combats discrimination in which women with the darkest complexions are made to feel less beautiful or desirable than their light-skinned counterparts.
Geoffrey Fletcher's directorial debut manages to be precious in a way that's sadly far-removed from the approach he took adapting the novel "Push" by Sapphire.
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To look at French actor Mathieu Demy is to see a synthesis of his parents, directors Agnes Varda and Jacques Demy. The same could be said of his directorial debut, "Americano," which blends his…
The Duplass brothers take another step toward conventional Hollywood storytelling without sacrificing the sincere, true-to-life quality that got studios interested in the first place with "Jeff, Who…
A big burst of positive energy, this Woodstock-set Jane Fonda starrer may not be great cinema, but its broad, crowdpleasing qualities should make it a welcome night out for femmes
Keeping himself off-camera in order to spotlight half a dozen extreme fans, Spurlock brings his usual good-humored approach to the annual geek confab.
This inspiring big-issue docu virtually ensures "Remember the Maldives!" will become a rallying cry in the fight against global warming.
Starring an incandescent Freida Pinto, this inspired "Tess of the d'Urbervilles" update acknowledges but doesn't exactly embrace the Bollywood tradition.
Lasse Hallstrom has sweetened the satire right out of Paul Torday's side-splitting political sendup.
What goes "La Ronde" comes around in Fernando Meirelles' "360," a circular study of modern couplings.