The trailblazing feminist writer Violette Leduc gets a biopic fully worthy of her complex life and work with "Violette."
Toronto International Film Festival
“Gabrielle,” Quebec director Louise Archambault’s drama about a developmentally disabled music prodigy who finds love with a fellow choir member, will represent Canada for consideration as a best…
Grungy, witty and savage, the Russian crime thriller "Break Loose" entertains despite its ludicrously repetitive action and cliched story of the impossible love between a special forces cop and a…
The use of 3D scarcely deepens "Beyond the Edge," a rote run-thru of Sir Edmund Hillary's climb to the peak of Mount Everest 60 years ago.
This vague spoof of Dennis Hopper's 'The Last Movie' is an exasperating indulgence that will fly over the heads of most viewers.
Denis Villeneuve convinces Jake Gyllenhaal to undertake a journey into the subconscious with "Enemy," a simultaneously unsettling and exasperating work of speculative fiction.
The pen may be mightier than the sword, but if a picture is worth a thousand words, who would win in a duel?
Cinedigm has acquired all North American rights to Kelly Reichardt’s “Night Moves,” following its world premiere at the Venice and North American premiere at the Toronto Film Festival. Jesse…
This impressively scaled chronicle of the life and times of Simon Bolivar lacks the spark that would make it a great biopic rather than a competent one.
An attention-grabbing performance by Hunter Page-Lochard is the major selling point of Sarah Spillane's cliche-ridden high school-set drama.