An unconvincing, autumn-clothed youth-in-peril thriller so in thrall to Terrence Malick's 'Badlands' that even the cadence of its title seems a homage.
Erin Kolirin asks what does it mean to try to be a good person in a society that doesn't reward good behavior?
If the cinema is magic, then the nomadic projectionists and technicians of "The Cinema Travelers" are its Oz-like wizards.
"One Week and a Day" is probably too low-key and inconsequential to attract a sizable audience outside the festival circuit — the humor is more smiles than outright laughs — but it makes a mildly…
A film prone to cutting on an unfallen tear, “From the Land of the Moon” from French director Nicole Garcia is as syrupy a confection as ever dripped from the pen of Nicholas Sparks (though inspired…
While it's not among the festival's official prizes, every year at Cannes, a group of film critics awards the "Palme Dog," a citation honoring the best canine performance of the festival — a perfect…
Leave it to a French stop-motion film to cut closer to the reality of the orphan experience than "Annie," "Matilda" or any number of like-minded live-action melodramas have over the years.
It's a treat to see popcorn this decadent made by people who know exactly what they're doing.
If the prospect of watching Gerard Depardieu rap sounds like reason enough to see a movie, then "Tour de France" delivers.
"Raw" is a deliciously fevered stew of nightmare fuel that hangs together with a breezily confident sense of superior craft.
Mere minutes into "American Honey," her scrappy, sprawling astonishment of a fourth feature, Andrea Arnold hits the audience with a song choice almost too perfect to work.