The 2015 Berlin Film Festival wasn't an auspicious one for the storied veterans of the 1970s New German Cinema, and that downward trend continued apace with Margarethe Von Trotta's "The Misplaced…
A premise seemingly culled from any number of fanboy wet dreams winds up shooting mostly blanks in "Everly," a bloody and derivative action vehicle that not even the spectacle of a scantily clad…
A sumptuously realized war epic about Romans getting embroiled in Chinese military and architectural shenanigans on the Silk Road, “Dragon Blade” plays as recklessly with classical history as “300”…
Rather than take a back seat "Drive" director Nicolas Winding Refn, occasional actress and fulltime housewife Liz Corfixen fires back with a film of her own.
In fascinating Swedish docu "Every Face Has A Name," helmer Magnus Gertten tracks down and interviews survivors from German concentration camps seen in a 35mm archival film reel showing their arrival…
"Jiro Dreams of Sushi" director David Gelb helms a resurrection thriller starring Mark Duplass and Olivia Wilde.
Beautifully lensed scenes testify to the master's 55 years in the director's chair, yet this unexpected return to features lacks the fullness of vision that graced "The Profession of Arms."
Jean-Gabriel Periot's welcome transition to feature-length docus offers a thought-provoking look at the Baader-Meinhof group, seen through the prism of Germany's nascent understanding of democracy.
Maximilian Erlenwein's sophomore feature is a successful mix of straightforward suspense and gallows humor.
A horror opus just as generic and forgettable as its title.