A multilayered nonfiction work about myth, self-deception and reclaiming life from death.
Proof that Maori dancers can bust a move with the best of them, "Born to Dance" serves as an astonishing Kiwi choreography showcase, the biggest and by far more impressive of its kind to originate…
There are plenty of frightened faces but not a single scare in "Ghost Theater," another dud from horror-meister Hideo Nakata ("The Ring," "Dark Water"), whose helming and production standards have…
Even without the renewed media attention to the plight of migrants and minorities abroad, or the undying currency of art films about the lives of vagrants and prostitutes, there would be a sad…
A rigorous sociology lesson without one iota of teacherly rhetoric, Maria Augusta Ramos' superb new documentary "Future June" instead counts on penetrating powers of perception to lay bare the…
Cultural, sexual and relational boundaries are delicately negotiated in "West North West," a moody romantic melodrama about three young women fumbling their way toward an uncertain future.
Young audiences are in for an early lesson in disappointing cinematic literary adaptations.
"Go Home" reads the angry grease-paint message scrawled on the wall of the now-ransacked villa Nada ("About Elly's" Goldshifteh Farahani) finds upon her return to the Lebanese village where she grew…
Coming in fourth in swimming is worse than being in the ninth circle of hell.
It's no small feat turning a shyster and an enemy spy into national heroes, but that's the unique achievement of Steven Spielberg's "Bridge of Spies."
The film relies heavily on audiences forming an emotional connection with a difficult character who's alienated from society, speaks little and is subject to outbursts of anger. Jeong Ha-dam succeeds…