"Anxiety" marks yet another turning point in the career of Portuguese maestro Manoel de Oliveira, a three-part omnibus of stories vaguely linked together by the theme of death.
The farcical "The Impostors" begins on a high of comic giddiness, but the air all too quickly seeps out of its balloon.
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Twentieth Century Fox's "Bulworth" was elected the exclusive box office champ in its first outing.
There's a strange, almost '80s feel to "The Sea Change," a romantic British comedy that tries to be slick and witty but ends up looking out of tune with the times and trying too hard for effect.
A stellar cast distinguishes, but fails to rescue, this comic variation on "Death Wish" from maverick Brit producer-director Michael Winner.
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Three sisters reunite to bury their mother and unearth their past in documaker Rachel Perkins' polished feature debut, "Radiance," which -- excluding Tracey Moffatt's ghost-story trilogy, "Bedevil"…
Though it's set in Russia, was largely shot in Russia, and its characters speak Russian, "The Stringer" feels British through and through. Serious-minded but yawnsomely conventional, it's yet another…
The American Film Institute will honor director Robert Ellis Miller during its third annual Classic American Film series, to be held today at the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences.
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