The currents of desire, jealousy and resentment that flow through a relationship over time receive an exquisite close-up from director Philippe Garrel in "In the Shadow of Women."
Has any contemporary movie star more intriguingly chafed at the gilded prison of stardom than Robert Redford? Certainly, he was not the first — or the last — matinee idol who endeavored to show us…
Three years after saving New York from an alien apocalypse, Marvel's superhero all-stars once again find the weight of the world — or, at least, an airborne chunk of Eastern Europe — thrust upon…
A (mostly) straight-faced movie about the art of being funny, Leah Wolchok's "Very Semi-Serious" pulls back the curtain on The New Yorker's venerable cartoon department.
The unresolvable tension between logic and feeling animates Eugene Green's "La Sapienza," an exquisite rumination on life, love and art that tickles the heart and mind in equal measure.
No one has the time of their lives in "Desert Dancer," a fact-based drama in which all the dancing is dirty — at least according to Iran's Islamic "morality police," the Basij.
As spring perennials go, a new Nicholas Sparks movie has come to seem as inevitable as tax day and allergy season, and only mildly less irritating to the senses.
When Thomas Hardy named his fourth novel "Far From the Madding Crowd," he almost certainly meant the title ironically — a riposte to the notion that the rural folk of Hardy's beloved English…
A woman on the run, a last-chance motel and a lonely stretch of desert highway set the stage in "The Frontier."
Don't start spreading the news just yet: Arriving one year late, extensively retooled, and with a surfeit of undeniably impressive stagecraft ($25 million worth), Radio City's "New York Spring…
George Miller’s “Mad Max: Fury Road,” starring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, is set to screen on May 14 at the Cannes Film Festival. While some had speculated that the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow…