Well-drawn characters, engaging performances and a convincingly rooted storyline distinguish Claudia Pinto Emperador's accomplished debut.
Danish director Simon Staho's latest feature is an odd duck that neither quite convinces nor emotionally satisfies.
Strong acting and occasional dives into deeper territory redeem this somewhat contrived chamber piece.
Set to unspool Stateside on HBO, "Behind the Candelabra" is the most bigscreen-worthy film Steven Soderbergh has made since "Che."
TLC's latest series, "Pete Rose: Hits & Mrs.," no doubt began as another wannabe freakshow (most of the channel's lineup is), but winds up playing like a reality-TV version of the May-December…
Occasionally a director will essay a variation on "La Ronde," Max Ophuls' splendid filmization of the (in)famous Schnitzler play that follows the amorous encounters of an interlocking succession of…
Although it traffics freely in stereotypes and sitcom-style one-liners, "Gayby" is never less than likable as it tackles the complications that arise when a straight thirtysomething woman attempts to…
Ira Sachs mines his own memories to sensitive if somewhat muted effect in this gay relationship drama.
From "Heidi" and "Harold and Maude" to Takeshi Kitano's "Kikujiro," there's been no shortage of odd couplings of the very young and very old.
What goes "La Ronde" comes around in Fernando Meirelles' "360," a circular study of modern couplings.
This instantly forgettable trifle is fairly close to worthless.