Confessed "Rawhide" and John Ford junkies both, Dutch documentarians Peter Delpeut and Mart Dominicus get their fix with "Go West, Young Man!," an outsiders' loving tribute to the American West and…
Oskar Rohler's "Beloved Sister" is the kind of wild romp to which only a movie screen can do justice. This loving reworking of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane" just about leaps off the screen in a…
Olga's chignon (a bun-like hairdo) is that impossible object of indescribable attraction; the thing that gets in the way of us realizing that what we're really looking for, in life, in love, is…
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The Equalizer1Daily:$3.0M Cumulative:$37.1M Sony / Columbia -63.56%
The Maze Runner
The Maze Runner2Daily:$968,406 Cumulative:$58.9M Fox -77.28%
The Boxtrolls3Daily:$733,441 Cumulative:$18.0M Focus -84.99%
Though it's rats that eat up most of its screen time, writer-director Glen Morgan's "Willard" is strictly for the birds. Like the 1998 remake of "Psycho," this redo of Daniel Mann's 1971 hit, about…
Charles Burnett's insightful, if somewhat foreshortened docu on slave-revolt leader Nat Turner underlines the subtitle: "A Troublesome Property." Turner was a troublesome "property" to his masters…
Good things seem to come in threes for director Fernando Meirelles. Meirelles' third feature film, "City of God," sold more than 3 million admissions on its home turf last year -- a record for a…
"Agent Cody Banks" is a pint-sized James Bond-style adventure that might have been co-produced by the CIA and the extreme-sporting-goods industry. Pic is a lot more enjoyable than most of what passes…
Is it possible that, after two decades of florid eulogies, the death of the studio-backed midbudget, character-driven pic has been greatly exaggerated?
Awards ceremonies might be multiplying like films fests, but one thing that distinguishes the Screen Actors Guild's annual kudofest is its focus on the cream of the crop: the stars.
Spending a year in the lives of three mentally retarded adults living in a Santa Barbara assisted-living facility, "Our House" is a strong, difficult-to-watch documentary that has a uniquely…