Amos Gitai's meditative if somewhat contrived Jaffa-set drama is most notable for being constructed from a single Steadicam-shot take.
Three years after his last underwhelming adventure, the half-blood son of Poseidon returns to bastardize Greek mythology once again
This elegant, geographically vivid pic is considerably leaner than its melodramatic premise might suggest, though wan characterization makes it less immediately engaging than "A Screaming Man."
"The Descendants" tackles some of the prickliest issues a contempo family can face with such sensitivity that it's hardly noticeable you're being enlightened while entertained.
When a play is as notoriously kinky as "Measure for Measure," the magic of Shakespeare in the Park would be much enhanced by an inventive approach to the challenging problems the play presents.
Trevor Nunn has taken Sebastian Faulks' passionate bestselling British novel about love and sacrifice in WWI and made it unaffecting and torpid.
A hallucinogenic climax sums up this ungainly amalgam of outrageous imagery and serious subtext.
A film of transformative power, provocation and no commercial potential whatsoever, "Waiting for Sancho" redefines the making-of film -- usually a long-form commercial, but here a real artistic…