U.K.-born Alex Heffes is neither African nor American, but he was chosen with good reason to score History's revamped adaptation of Alex Haley's "Roots": The 44-year-old composer favors projects with…
Idris Elba gives a towering performance in this otherwise stolid CliffsNotes account of Nelson Mandela's life.
Half crinoline romance, half crusty military-history lesson, “Emperor” goes behind the scenes immediately following Japan’s surrender in World War II to reveal the delicate negotiations that allowed…
Definitively answering the question of what would happen if the hippie-chic mannequins in a Forever 21 shop window attained sentience, Danny Mooney's "Love and Honor" spins a tale of Vietnam-era…
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Director Catherine Hardwicke stays firmly in "Twilight" territory with another moony-eyed romantic triangle beset by hellish supernatural complications.
Viewers might be pleasantly surprised by restraint of helmer Mikael Hafstrom's atmospheric thriller.
Charles Ferguson's film is the definitive screen investigation of the global economic crisis.
An efficient, admirably coherent thriller about reporters digging down into D.C. politics.
It's difficult to tell whom Kevin Macdonald is angriest at in his new doc, "My Enemy's Enemy."
One of the world's most trafficked and recognizable tourist sights, the Golden Gate Bridge also holds the unenviable title of its single most popular suicide destination. Eric Steel's docu "The…
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