Emma Dante uses a scalpel lightly coated with black humor to dissect Sicilian society in this thinly stretched debut feature.
An enjoyable comedy-mystery set in the more privileged echelons of Los Angeles gay society.
It's summer movie season, which means distribs are scrambling to attach trailers for their big fall releases to maximum-exposure tentpoles. Amid all that long-distance hype drops a new extended…
For Sigmund Freud, it was anatomy. For Neil LaBute, destiny has always been about looks. Good looks, especially in men, mean that you're a privileged, caddish user. How appropriate then that LaBute's…
Offering a radically different view from the tales of crime and poverty that dominate Filipino indie cinema, "The Animals" reps a punchy ride into a booze-, sex- and violence-drenched night with…
"Worth the wait," host Laura Linney says at the outset of the "Downton Abbey" sequel, and for once, the claim isn't just hype. A near-flawless follow-up to writer Julian Fellowes' Emmy-winning…
A slickly packaged addition to the myriad documentaries made about the recent events in Cairo's Tahrir Square, "1/2 Revolution" offers the privileged perspective of a group of filmmaker/activist…
The world preem of "The Westbridge" brings the Royal Court Theater's production activity out of its tony Chelsea headquarters to the economically less privileged, ethnically mixed southeast London…
A privileged Montreal teen believes he's the reincarnation of Russian revolutionary Leon Trotsky and acts accordingly in high-concept teen comedy.
It's that annual time to reflect on what worked on TV over the past year... and what didn't. Here is my personal list. BEST "Mad Men"This intricately woven tale of 1960s ad men's work and home lives…
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300: Rise of an Empire
300: Rise of an Empire1Weekend:$45.1M
Mr. Peabody & Sherman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2Weekend:$32.5M
Non-Stop3Weekend:$15.4M Universal Pictures