If Michael Winterbottom was hoping the title "On the Road" would lend an associative shot of Kerouacian cred to his roving kinda-rock-doc, the finished film does little to live up to it.
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Thomas Kruithof's debut boasts a skillfully crafted script that keeps audiences tensely guessing the outcome until the delicious "did that just happen?" denouement.
A haunting psychological drama that initially comes on like a down-to-earth cop mystery that may or may not have a logical explanation, but soon takes a left turn into stranger territory.
A slender, artfully shot, loosely structured documentary that captures moments in the lives of seven mostly middle-class New York City girls as they blossom over a three-year period.
By the time the title credit goes up in digital flames after being struck by a flying arrow, it should be clear to viewers that "Mirzya" is no subtle exercise in style.
Whereas so many movie romances begin with a charming meet-cute and progress from there, audiences can never be quite sure whether the central couple in "Your Name" could ever meet, even though they…
Daouda Coulibaly's auspicious debut is structured like so many local-area tales, but delivered with a pulse-pounding thrust unique among African cinema.
Leonardo DiCaprio's passion project on climate change, "Before The Flood," will receive its European premiere at the upcoming London Film Festival, it was announced Monday. The documentary will…
"It's a non-specific kind of a place," says a local of a mysterious Irish forest in Lorcan Finnegan's debut feature "Without Name," but he may as well be talking about the film itself, an eco-horror…
The film has the kind of majesty found not in the grand gesture but the modest detail, the kind that accumulates resonance with each seemingly minor event until the picture becomes complete.
Amma Asante's third feature "A United Kingdom," which stars "Selma's" David Oyelowo and "Gone Girl's" Rosamund Pike, will open the 60th BFI London Film Festival on Oct. 5. Asante won the BAFTA for…