Drawing mordant parallels between professional hitmen and cutthroat business execs, "A Company Man" gamely reimagines contract killing in the world of corporate culture.
Polish helmer Jacek Blawut travels to the U.S., Poland, Russia and Germany to profile assorted players of the WWII computer game "IL-2 Sturmovik" in "Man at War."
"The Twenty-Seventh Man," Nathan Englander's dark and disturbing political drama about Stalin's sweeping purge of Russia's Jewish literary giants, seems to belong on the page rather than the stage.
The belated American release of Shohei Imamura's 1967 "A Man Vanishes" has sent critics scrambling to rewrite cinema history, as the explosively provocative film progressively and aggressively blurs…
Director's verve is balanced by his specific vision and encyclopedic knowledge of filmmaking
As endearing as it is exhausting, "The Man With the Iron Fists" bears strong resemblance to a hyperactive puppy: sloppy, scatterbrained, manic and migraine-inducing, but possessing an earnest sense…
Mandalay Pictures wants to build a movie around "Machine Man," a novel whose pages are being posted online each day by author Max Barry.
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