Jennifer Jason Leigh is as radiant and uncompromising as ever in this convoluted and repetitive psychological thriller.
This screwball premise lives or dies by the chemistry between Chris Pine and Tom Hardy, who are too busy trying to out-appeal one another to make the buddy dynamic click.
Derek Jacobi's Lear is upsetting not because he scales epic heights but because he so startlingly plumbs depths of terror.
Undermines viewers with annoying gaffes in plot and character logic and odd shifts in tone.
The setting may be a tasteful silvery gray, but the themes of Henrik Ibsen's "Hedda Gabler" are laid out in black and white in this new version by distinguished Irish playwright Brian Friel.
Evidence that the marriage between low-budget filmmaking and romantic comedy can still produce nice kids in the British Isles comes from the union's latest spawn, Irish-set "The Honeymooners." Pic…
"L.I.E," a Sundance 2000 pic nabbed by Gotham-based distributor Lot 47, snared six IFP/West Independent Spirit Award nominations, announced late Tuesday at the El Rey Theater in Hollywood.
The debut feature of Francis Von Zerneck, "God's Lonely Man" is a stunner both for its technical assuredness and as a chilling saga of an off-kilter character who sets himself up as an urban…