Sony looks to have found a trustworthy candidate to direct "A Reliable Wife" in Sam Taylor-Johnson, who's in early talks to direct.
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There's a deceptive simplicity to Simone Rapisarda Casanova's "The Strawberry Tree," which makes its highly considered p.o.v. especially refreshing. Turning the usual ethnographic docu on its head…
An elderly man's final day alive in Mexico City is rendered with intensity and rigor by filmmaker Michel Lipkes in the aptly titled "Malaventura."
An ambitious and largely successful ensembler about a wealthy family dragged into the tragedies befalling its lower-class relatives.
One really wants to like "Matthew Modine Saves the Alpacas," but a premise is all they've got.
Sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll, plus a heavy dose of Swinging '60s nostalgia, fuel "The Boat That Rocked," Richard Curtis' hymn to the wild days of U.K. pirate radio.
Since its San Francisco debut in 1994, the ever-touring "Forever Tango," conceived and helmed by Luis Bravo, has varied little from its original format, a passion-infused survey of the history and…
Spare and unhurried, "Michael Clayton" features strong performances and a solid story.
All good things must come to an end -- in this case, the lucky streak that's made every adaptation of Jack Finney's 1955 sci-fi novel "The Body Snatchers" distinctive and effective, until now.
A gold digger on the French Riviera unexpectedly meets her match in a mild-mannered bartender in "Priceless." Bittersweet comedy's perfectly chosen multigenerational cast ably demonstrates that if…
A venomous bonbon filled with black-hearted satire, "Mini's First Time" is a comedy about cynical opportunism, self-interest and how to be a successful sociopath. Appeal should be across the board…