Playing less fast and loose with history than Philippa Gregory's novel, "The Other Boleyn Girl" is a sexy, good-looking political bodice-ripper.
Berlin Film Festival
Life in the Argentine pampas is nasty, brutish and short, judging by the intense, compelling drama "La Rabia."
Two couples are bound together by fate in Austrian writer-director Goetz Spielmann's taut thriller "Revanche."
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The Maze Runner
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A Walk Among the Tombstones
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This Is Where I Leave You
This Is Where I Leave You3Weekend:$11.9M
Unexpected confessions complicate a woman's secret plan to leave her dead-end existence in dreary New Belgrad.
Madonna's directorial debut is ineptly written and helmed. The story of three Londoners, although quite bad, does have a few redeeming features.
A movie that is utterly engrossing despite being, on the surface, about very little.
A generically simplified script weakens this worthy child-soldier drama inspired by, but deliberately veering from, the memoir by Senait G. Mehari.
The promise Salvatore Mereu showed in his debut, "Three-Step Dance," comes to stunning fruition with his elegiac follow-up, "Sonetaula."
An outward expedition is eclipsed by a more fruitful inward journey in this engaging musical documentary.
The forces of pattern and hazard do a dance in Philippe Barcinski's promising and ambitious first feature, "Not by Chance."