A ho-hum exorcism chiller that tries to spice up a formulaic screenplay by converting a predominantly Catholic-fixated horror subgenre to Judaism.
Justin Chang has written about Tony Scott's work, eloquently expressing the admiration that many of us felt. In the next few weeks, there will be a flood of other tributes, which is appropriate…
"U.N. Me" damningly appraises the United Nations as an institution whose noble original mission has grown compromised by Kafkaesque bureaucracy, ineptitude, corruption and the influence of member…
Fully immodest and intermittently astonishing, Xavier Dolan's epic melodrama "Laurence Anyways" charts a male-to-female transsexual's tumultuous relationship with a straight woman but stands to…
A serious sibling rivalry forces auds to pick which twin is the phony in "The Second Woman."
This likably low-key adaptation of Donald Miller's bestselling 2003 memoir tries to deviate from the earnest, preachy norms of so much faith-based cinema.
The contained atmosphere of a weekend family car trip becomes a site for subtle tensions that gradually affect the 10-year-old protag in Dominga Sotomayor's strong feature debut "Thursday Through…
Either appropriately or ironically for a show about meth cookers, "Bad" is simply one of TV's great addictions.
An oddly endearing mix of graphic sex, young love and home-movie noir from the Shumanski brothers.