Don't go looking for relatable human behavior in "Magical Girl." There is none to be found, which is both an asset and a weakness of Spanish director Carlos Vermut's soph feature — an elaborately…
Toronto Film Festival
Felix, a middle-aged man adrift without family ties, and Meira, a young Hasidic woman feeling lost and smothered under nearly the opposite circumstances, find tentative connection in one another in…
Four months into its existence, Saban Films made a serious statement at the Toronto Film Festival as it bought three films — John Travolta’s “The Forger,” Taylor Lautner’s “Tracers” and Hayden…
Not since "Gone Baby Gone" has a case of baby-snatching been taken to such ludicrously straight-faced extremes as "A Second Chance," in which a Danish cop attempts to justify stealing a junkie…
“Eden,” a chronicle of the rise of the electronic dance movement in Paris, will bust a move on this side of the Atlantic. Broad Green Pictures (BGP) has nabbed North American distribution rights to…
Career setbacks, marital woes, the bonds of family and the challenges of child rearing make for familiar but sturdy entertainment in "Adult Beginners."
With "Song of the Sea," Irish animator Tomm Moore cements his place as a protector of not only Celtic culture, but classic toon forms as well.
Magnolia has acquired U.S. rights to Australian thriller “Kill Me Three Times,” starring Simon Pegg, Alice Braga and Luke Hemsworth. The low seven figure-deal comes after “Kill Me Three Times”…
The voices are the star, while Dustin Hoffman is just along to support the gifted preteen sopranos in "Boychoir."
It just might have worked as a clearly outsized parable, but the flat, earnest execution of a haplessly trashy script only underlines how out of touch the veteran helmer-scenarist is from the…