Confirming Arturo Ripstein's standing as Mexico's foremost auteur, "No One Writes to the Colonel" is a deeply moving adaptation of one of Nobel Prize winner Gabriel Garcia Marquez's finest works…
A vibrant evocation of a rare moment in American history when art and politics were dynamically forged on the same anvil, "Cradle Will Rock" succeeds far more often than not in delivering a credible…
(Tibetan and Hindi dialogue)
Narrator: Werner Herzog.
Produced by Michael Garland. Executive producers, David Forrest, Beau Rogers. Co-executive producer, Rod Stoneman. Co-producer, Simon Channing-Williams.
Given how few films come out of Lithuania, it's a shame that a rarity like "The Courtyard" is so dull and off-putting. A wan study of a depressed milieu, rarefied pic turns out, unsurprisingly, to be…
A complete departure from the lyrical violence of his gangster films, Japanese actor-director Takeshi Kitano's "Kikujiro" is an unremittingly sentimental road movie that represents a substantial…
THE AUTHOR'S VOICE
The unforgiving wages of time and the dangers of simulation turn out to be ironic benchmarks for "The Thirteenth Floor," since time -- and movie trends -- have passed it by, while its attempts at…
Every once in a while, a play comes along that not only makes audiences sit up and listen but also moves them. Donald Margulies' "Collected Stories" is such a work. Two-and-a-half years ago, when…
As counterprogramming goes, "The Love Letter" definitely offers an alternative to ticketbuyers in search of something other than Force-fed thrills and spills. But even under the best of…