A beautifully atmospheric vessel that will seem infinitely deep to some and chafingly dry to others.
Cannes Film Festival
A multifaceted drama straddling the Palestinian-Israeli chasm that's marbled with irony, generosity, anger and pure crowd-pleasing optimism.
Math and murder combine to time-honored effect in "The Oxford Murders," a polished but verbose whodunit that's surprisingly buttoned-down given helmer Alex de la Inglesia's rep for comicbook…
"Donkey Punch" is half lurid and half just murky.
Hollywood is skewered, but with a degree of benevolent indulgence, in "What Just Happened?"
Despite its shortcomings as a plausible, compelling story, "The Merry Gentleman," exhibits genuine promise behind the camera.
The long sidelined subgenre centered on mysterious doings aboard exotic trains is put back on the tracks in "Transsiberian."
A mesmerizing portrait of the director as acclaimed artist and tortured human being.
Sean Penn has been named the jury president for this year's Cannes fest, being held from May 14-25.
Human nature's dark side is the menacing midwife to the stillbirth of '60s idealism in the initially challenging and ultimately riveting "United Red Army."
It's the Chinese state bureaucracy vs. a strong-willed female farmer, and the result is an uneasy standoff in Feng Yan's beautifully observed doc, "Bingai." A worthy addition to the Mainland's…