Only the vivacious die young, notes one character in Alain Resnais' "Life of Riley," while "the tiresome, humdrum ones live forever."
The unedited version of Lars von Trier's shagnum opus is somewhat more explicit than its whittled-down predecessor but structurally similar.
Nearly a decade on from his last theatrical feature, prolific Teuton TV helmer Dominik Graf makes an overdue and very welcome return to the bigscreen with "Beloved Sisters."
How do you get to the Grand Budapest Hotel? To be sure you will not find it on Trip Advisor, or on any maps of the region. Ditto the kingdom of Zubrowka, within whose borders it purportedly lies. But…
Like the elaborate children's pop-up book that conjures its eponymous bogeyman, "The Babadook" offers a wonderfully hand-crafted spin on a tale oft told.
A stirring, little-remembered episode of baseball history has been lovingly brought to the screen by co-directors Chapman and Maclain Way in "The Battered Bastards of Baseball."
It's not only the great works of European art that have gone missing in "The Monuments Men"; the spark of writer-director-star George Clooney's filmmaking is absent, too.
Those wondering how the newly reshuffled Focus Features will differentiate itself from its arty, Oscar-garlanded predecessor need look no further than "That Awkward Moment."
In their second conversation from the 30th Sundance Film Festival, our chief critics take on the rise of technology, the difficulty of diversity, and the differences between self-examination and…
David Wain and Michael Showalter aim to do for the factory-made Hollywood romantic comedy what their "Wet Hot American Summer" did for the summer-camp movie in "They Came Together."
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures