This tiresomely vulgar outing should run out of B.O. gas once word gets out.
A striking adaptation of Dostoevsky's "Notes From Underground," Zeki Demirkubuz's existential drama "Inside" convincingly transposes the novella's action to contemporary Ankara and allows the Turkish…
After hitching his wagon to David Gordon Green, North Carolina grad gains acclaim at successive Sundances with "Take Shelter," "Compliance"
In a saga worthy of a Hollywood thriller, allegations of email hacking and industrial espionage have surfaced in the camera industry in a lawsuit filed by digital camera maker Red against rival Arri.
It's been a heady year for Borderline Films, the shingle launched by three ambitious NYU film students whose latest pic "Martha Marcy May Marlene" opened last weekend to a promising $137,000 from…
An unpleasant journey into a brutal heart of darkness.
Frederick Elmes has collaborated with such iconoclastic directors as David Lynch and Jim Jarmusch, but Charlie Kaufman and "Synecdoche, New York" presented particular challenges.
"Taxi" serves up embarrassing evidence that even a ragged French original can be better than its American remake. Failing to improve on the inept but hugely successful 1998 Luc Besson vehicle, pic…
Contempo Hollywood may be awash in brilliant technicians and craftspeople but it also needs good storytellers, who aren't to be found in "The Haunted Mansion," Disney's second mega-budgeted project…
In an era of hyper-powered action spectacles, "S.W.A.T." arrives looking stodgy, without exciting heroes or villains, or, especially, the kinetic cinema to make it memorable. Nonetheless, this…
"Sphere" is an empty shell. Derivative of any number of famous sci-fi movies and as full of false promises as the Wizard of Oz, this portentous underwater "Thing" swims along with reasonable good…