Impeccably cast, extremely handsome, predictably soapy and a trifle slow moving, it's another first-rate costume drama.
The Don Juans
Costa Rican writer-director Gustavo Fallas' agreeable first feature is an unassuming slice of modern neorealism.
Danish director Simon Staho's latest feature is an odd duck that neither quite convinces nor emotionally satisfies.
Opera is the subject, medium and language of Jiri Menzel's inventive if overstretched comedy.
Anna Martinez's debut feature adapts an Arthur Schnitzler novella in intriguingly stylized fashion.
Jan Verheyen's legal drama is a talky courtroom affair, but a compelling and accomplished one.
Hollywood has put its top two sci-fi franchises -- "Star Wars" and "Star Trek" -- in the hands of J.J. Abrams.
Only an actor as appealing as Joseph Gordon-Levitt could pull off the role he creates for himself in "Don Jon's Addiction," an endearingly masturbatory look at how a culture of objectification erodes…
Bare-bones sets, costumes and staging are so generic here that we could be watching "Figaro" or "Cosi."
Unabashedly amateurish in conception and execution, "Bindlestiffs" nonetheless contains enough rude-and-crude humor to indicate modest potential as homevid and cable fodder.
Moliere's prose tragicomedy on the life and career of history's most notorious rake, "Don Juan" is rarely performed in English due to structural, tonal and thematic difficulties, most of which are…
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