Trying to figure out a Pinter play is like pounding nails in your skull. Trying to figure out a Beckett play is like using a drill. But holding forth in a death-defying repertory bill of Harold…
Kasi Lemmons adopts an earnest, emotional approach in this bold but clumsy screen translation of Langston Hughes' "Black Nativity."
More agitated editorial than elegant documentary expose, Erwin Wagenhofer's "Alphabet" argues that the modern educational system squelches children's capacity for imagination, turning them into…
Danish director Andreas Johnsen's "Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case" picks up where Alison Klayman's "Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry" left off, serving as not just an update, but an even more galvanizing call for…
This enjoyable but routine shoot-'em-up offers a more rousing vehicle for action helmer Benny Chan's talents than his previous "Shaolin."
Seizing the fourth-highest domestic opening of all time, Lionsgate's "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" scored a whammo estimated $161.1 million in three-days
Comcast, the nation's largest cable operator, chose Twitter to be the first partner for its new See It feature, which embeds buttons in tweets that can make live or VOD content available to watch and…
LONDON — “The Day of the Doctor,” the special 50th anniversary episode of “Doctor Who,” attracted 10.2 million TV viewers in the U.K. on Saturday, which reps a 37.4% audience share. The BBC sci-fi…
The Greek gods have relocated to New York in this remarkably feeble helming debut by Marc Turteltaub.
Turkish director Tayfun Pirselimoglu's absorbing but overextended film emphasizes the sullen isolation of modern man.
Aleksei German's posthumous epic is boisterous, overstuffed, richly designed and utterly incomprehensible.