In a satisfying confluence of source material and director, Jean-Pierre Jeunet brings his signature abundance to bear on the richly stuffed adventures of Tecumseh Sparrow Spivet.
The story of disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong gets exhaustive and penetrating documentary treatment in Alex Gibney's latest.
Forget Walter White. Netflix may be “the one who knocks.” If there were any skepticism left about the clout the streaming service possesses, it may have been put to the rest Sunday after the AMC…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
BOGOTA – Bogota-based director-producer Miguel Urrutia ("Wake Up and Die," "The Game of the Hangman") is attached to direct "Madness," from a screenplay by Robert McKee, one of the world's best-known…
Blues musician Gregg Allman’s story is coming to the big screen. Open Road Films and Unclaimed Freight Productions' Randall Miller and Jody Savin are producing "My Cross To Bear," based on Allman’s…
Where to begin? Well, there’s a live vulture on stage, and an uprooted tree suspended in mid-air, and a pool of water that appears to be bottomless. And that’s before the house lights even go down on…
An intense religious drama set during the Pinochet regime and based on a true story, "The Passion of Michelangelo" reps an ambitious sophomore fiction feature for Chilean writer-director Esteban…
Though it marks a return to Swedish filmmaking after 25 years of English-language features, Lasse Hallstrom's gruesome thriller "The Hypnotist" feels like a rather awkward fit for the director of…
Gringos in Third World prisons never fare particularly well, and "186 Dollars to Freedom," helmer Camilo Vila's politically conscious thriller about an American surfer framed for drug trafficking, is…
Writer-director Don Handfield fails to score with "Touchback," a lightweight and overlong feel-good drama that plays like a mashup of "It's a Wonderful Life" and "Friday Night Lights."
An account of a girl soldier struggling to survive in a conflict-torn central African state, "War Witch" offers the sort of harrowing experience one would expect given its abominable subject matter.