This attractively packaged, moderately enjoyable account of China's rags-to-riches history lacks a contempo pulse.
Flora Lau's debut is beautifully assembled by a top-pedigree production crew, but it remains a modest accomplishment in scope and impact.
An idiosyncratically personal yet captivating 100-minute companion piece to 'The Story of Film,' focused entirely on the depiction of kids onscreen.
The Coens have again taken a real time and place and freely made it their own in this boldly original, highly emotional journey.
A film whose measured pace and minimal conflict seem better suited to pastoral living than arthouse viewing.
Audiences are likely to feel impatient with this leaden Russian black comedy.
Hirokazu Kore-eda's reverberant drama is a characteristically low-key treatment of familial bonds, expectations and responsibilities.
A lean and suspenseful genre piece that follows a bloody trail of vengeance to its cruel, absurd and logical conclusion.
A visually arresting poetic reverie that should strike a chord with adventurous audiences who don't mind mood over matter.
This demanding but highly absorbing two-hander showcases Benicio Del Toro and Mathieu Amalric at the top of their craft.