The secret talks that precipitated the end of apartheid are recounted crisply in "Endgame."
A satisfyingly exciting monster rally that often plays like a period swashbuckler.
A weak helming-writing debut for thesp Michael Imperioli.
A time-jumbling love story about a couple who never inspire interest.
Solid drama with nice dashes of humor, warmth and local color.
"Spread" squanders some initial goodwill on a forced, desultory final act.
Cate Blanchett, who immortalized England's Elizabeth I for modern screen audiences, has returned in fine form to monarchical territory, switching genders to portray King Richard II in a sprawling…
"New in Town" never really recovers from its overbearingly shrill, laugh-free first act.
The psyche of a beyond-the-pale sports nerd is probed, dissected, exposed and otherwise held up to the light in "Big Fan."
Burrows into the thin and darkly funny spaces between artistry and vanity.
Freud would have a field day, so pronounced is this debacle's scatological obsession.