One of the great movie romances of the modern era achieves its richest and fullest expression in Richard Linklater's third walking-and-talking collaboration with Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy.
Pasolini's "Teorema" is successfully transplanted to Dutch suburbia in the effective tragicomedy "The Deflowering of Eva van End."
Starring a six-decade-plus veteran of Filipino cinema, and dedicated to esteemed playwright Rene O. Villanueva (writer-helmer Jun Robles Lana's late mentor), "Bwakaw" gives grumpy-old-man par…
There's a gold mine of vintage clips in "The Secret Disco Revolution," but Jamie Kastner's documentary tethers them to a strained thesis and a misfired package concept.
It's easy to understand why the role-playing story of a man who fakes his death and assumes a new identity attracted Colin Firth and Emily Blunt, though attracting auds to this patently phony…
A skillfully performed drama that treats the varieties of musical expression as an effective if unsubtle metaphor for a person's many possible pathways through life.
Hibernian helmer Lenny Abrahamson sets his latest, "What Richard Did," among Dublin's posh teenagers to craft a low-key but compelling morality tale.
This biopic feels like a movie stuck in another era, stolid and rote, more of an outline for a dramatic treatment than the real thing.
A formula-hugging coming-of-age soaper whose fringe benefits include memorable perfs from its trio of young talents -- chiefly Emma Watson breaking type as a reformed bad girl -- and classy cameos…
Anchored by five strong performances, this beautifully observed drama essentially strikes the same sad note for 98 minutes, though with enough sensitivity and emotional variation to make the…