"Gravity," which opened the Venice Film Festival to great fanfare — and early Oscar buzz — and will screen at Telluride and Toronto on its way to an Oct. 4 release, is as much of a game-changer, in…
Expedition to the End of the World
This sporadically amusing but unduly protracted dramedy devolves into a shameless tearjerker in its third act.
Alfonso Cuaron's white-knuckle space odyssey restores a sense of wonder, terror and possibility to the bigscreen that should inspire awe among critics and audiences worldwide.
A critical digest of the week's latest U.S. theatrical releases. Where applicable, links to longer reviews have been provided. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones Distributor: Sony/Screen Gems Set…
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If you want to take the temperature of the documentary, go to Toronto in the spring, when Hot Docs delivers its cinema-crazed citizenry the cream of global nonfiction.
The Los Angeles Film Festival has tapped Nat Faxon and Jim Rash's The Way, Way Back" as the closing night film on June 23.
With a mood and setting worthy of a murder story by Jack London, this audience-friendly, atmospheric work explores the ice-blocked fjords of northeastern Greenland.
Less a road movie than a trying-to-get-on-the-road movie, "Alcan Highway" is a rustic, picaresque adventure about a rootless 44-year-old Finn in Alaska, trying to drive to Vancouver in his dream…
There's more than a faint echo of 'Grey Gardens' in this Canadian-gothic portrait of an unusual family business.
Diana Ross, Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson were holding court there on Row L of the Lunt-Fontanne Theater as dozens of iPhones clicked away to record the moment.