"Night Catches Us" recalls the racially angry atmosphere of mid-'70 Philadelphia.
Cannes Film Festival
An intensely acted, minutely observed attempt to convey the arc of a romantic involvement.
Sparked by great perfs from Julianne Moore and Mark Ruffalo, "The Kids Are All Right" is alright.
Helmer Tim Burton will serve as jury prexy for this year's Cannes Film Festival, which unspools May 12-23.
A convincing argument that the human race is on borrowed time.
Offbeat effort proves more admirable for its ambition than anything else.
"GasLand" may become to the dangers of natural gas drilling what "Silent Spring" was to DDT.
The outlandish schemes and influence-peddling are too much to pack into one movie.
Bleak and exemplary sophomore feature from director Debra Granik.
A film for all the men who've considered skipping that lap dance and adopting the stripper instead.
Adrian Grenier's excellent feature offers sophisticated musings on America's obsession with fame.