The trailblazing feminist writer Violette Leduc gets a biopic fully worthy of her complex life and work with "Violette."
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This sporadically amusing but unduly protracted dramedy devolves into a shameless tearjerker in its third act.
Neither as striking nor as scary as its predecessor, Greg McLean's robustly crafted sequel is still quite a ride.
Los Angeles' new mayor has vowed to help staunch the flow of film and TV production jobs out of Hollywood, starting with the appointment of a film czar at City Hall.
This year, Switzerland's Locarno Film Festival joined Europe's top-tier fests as part of Europa Cinemas' Label, a prize set up to promote European art movies. The Label is awarded by a jury of Europa…
This sprawling, highly fictional biopic of longtime White House butler Eugene Allen is at once gratuitously sentimental and genuinely rousing.
The helmer's third semi-autobiographical feature touches on themes of mortality and middle-aged panic in a mostly breezy, intelligent style.
A clever concept becomes an amiable endurance test over the perky course of “Goddess,” a just-this-side-of-too-cheerful Aussie tuner. Though the pic did so-so biz during recent domestic release, the…
The White House Correspondents Assn is drawing the line at a new entrant this year: A gifting suite.
The conversion of theaters to digital in the U.S. is almost complete, and the end of movies on film is in sight.