Filmmaker Whit Stillman makes a strikingly original debut with Metropolitan, a glib, ironic portrait of the vulnerable young heirs to Manhattan's disappearing debutante scene. Story centers on a set…
A cacophonic, nightmarish variation on the postapocalyptic cautionary genre, Hardware has the makings of a punk cult film.
In Alan Parker's richly mounted romantic saga of the Second World War relocation camps, the Asian-American cast is exemplary and Dennis Quaid has never been better. Noble if overlong effort depicts…
Vital Signs is a strikingly well-done ensemble piece about a pivotal year in the lives of a group of medical students, with polished script, direction and performances.
The seventh in the National Film Board of Canada series where non-actors play themselves in a fictitious setting, The Company of Strangers features seven elderly women marooned in an abandoned…
Christopher Morahan's taut suspense thriller, from John Collee's novel about a young man who gets away with posing as an emergency room doctor in a British hospital, raises provocative questions…
Audaciously stylish and visually mesmerizing, Life Is Cheap aims to evoke the uncertain mood of present-day Hong Kong as viewed from the perspective of an Asian-American naif. Director Wayne Wang's…
Fools of Fortune is an historical saga written with lucidity and performed with sensitivity, but tending to melodrama.
From a bolt of ordinary cloth Alan Alda fashions a thoroughly engaging matrimonial romp in Betsy's Wed ding. Most of the action comes from the clash of personalities and wills as unconventional…
Overlong, sadistic and stale even by the conventions of the buddy pic genre, Clint Eastwood's The Rookie is actually Directorty Harry 51/2 since Eastwood's tough-as-nails cop Nick Pulovski could just…
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Frozen1Weekend: $31.6M Disney
Out of the Furnace
Out of the Furnace3Weekend: $5.3M Relativity Media