There's not much glee in “Emo The Musical,” a mildly satirical spin on “Romeo and Juliet” that shows stretch marks from the expansion of writer-director Neil Triffett's 16-minute 2014 short. Enjoying…
"Doubt" is what might happen if a Shonda Rhimes show got lost on the way to production and accidentally ended up at CBS. It touts many of the hallmarks of Rhimes' glitzy workplace soaps: The legal…
Life is what happens while you're busy making other plans, goes the old saying — though for the variously stymied characters of "Félicité," life hits them when they have no plan at all.
It has to rank as one of Donald Trump's most shocking statements — which is really saying something. Asked by the Fox News host Bill O'Reilly how he could respect Russian President Vladimir Putin…
Director Rechinsky interlaces the central story of a car crash victim with family scenes that ensure audiences realize just how horrible life can get.
You may have set aside those clichés about the German sense of humor after the wondrous “Toni Erdmann,” but get ready to dust them off for Sam Garbarski’s sincere but stilted “Bye Bye Germany.” This…
Death, heavy as the fog that surrounds the Tyrone family home and somber as the low sea-monster cry of the foghorn echoing across the water, hangs over "Long Day's Journey Into Night." Eugene…
“The Dinner” has a catchy atmosphere of disturbance. Written and directed by Oren Moverman, and adapted from the best-selling novel by Herman Koch (first published in the Netherlands in 2009), the…
The words "I'll see you in my dreams" get an eerie, affecting new spin in "On Body and Soul," a determinedly eccentric but intermittently startling misfit romance.
Major allowances would normally be made for any movie made by a 16-year-old, but in the case of polished thriller "Stray Bullets," fairly minor ones will suffice.
Jamal Joseph's indie has a strong sense of its place, characters and their codes of conduct, which helps elevate his superficially standard-issue tale
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