Fresh off his blockbuster success with "The Jungle Book," Jon Favreau is trying his hands at an entirely different medium. With "Gnomes & Goblins," Favreau is pushing the boundaries of virtual…
Paul Dugdale's Rolling Stones tour documentary, "The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America," arrives just a few short years after Martin Scorsese's concert doc "Shine a Light,"…
"Son of Zorn" may seem at first glance to have an unusual premise: Its lead character, the muscle-bound Zorn of the title, is animated, as are a few other elements sprinkled throughout the show…
There is more mood than matter to be sampled in "The Disappointments Room," a spooky psychological thriller — or, perhaps, a psychological thriller with spooks — that is initially intriguing but…
French director Arnaud des Pallières delivers an intriguing, narratively fractured portrait of a young woman fighting for her freedom at various stages of her life.
The best courtroom dramas are riveting intellectual thrillers. They're about legal and moral puzzles heroically assembled, piece by piece, in a flow of interlocking information. That's true of such…
A cheerfully mean-spirited spectacle of numerous trapped people killing each other lest they be killed.
If you go down to the woods today, well, you're not in for the biggest of surprises.
"Their Finest" is set in London in 1940, during the height of the Blitz, and takes its title from a speech by Winston Churchill. It is a film about filmmaking, in particular the making of a film that…
Rami Malek proves an ideal fit for Sarah Adina Smith's sophomore feature
Gracelessly mashes together hardboiled crime-meller cliches and an unintentionally funny "Oh no! I'm a chick now!!" gender-change narrative hook.