"2 Days in New York" is a scattershot culture-clash comedy that goes down like yesterday's foie gras.
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Ira Sachs mines his own memories to sensitive if somewhat muted effect in this gay relationship drama.
A winning musical detective story about a failed, forgotten early '70s rocker who became a huge success halfway across the world while presumed dead for decades.
"As Luck Would Have It" reps an entertaining but unsubtle satire on the moral confusions of a marketing/media-driven world. .
The Tribeca Film Festival has tapped Frederic Boyer as artistic director. He most recently ran the Directors' Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival.
A disarmingly honest, thoroughly winning personal portrait of family and heritage, grounded in religion but not dependent on belief.
A typically smart performance by Juliette Binoche isn't enough to keep "Elles" from drowning in pseudo-intellectual pretension and general banality.
The fascinating story of Roy Halston, the iconic designer who defined 1970s fashion in America, is patchily recounted in "Ultrasuede: In Search of Halston." .
Adolescence is often portrayed as a matter of life and death, but that's pretty much the case in helmer Ian FitzGibbon's coming-of-age-with-cancer romance "Death of a Superhero."
Given how quickly movie characters tend to fall into bed with one another, it's especially rewarding to see writer-director Sarah Polley wring maximum tension, humor and emotional complexity from a…