"Frost/Nixon" is an effective, straightforward bigscreen version of Peter Morgan's shrewd stage drama about the historic 1977 TV interview in which Richard Nixon brought himself down once again.
One of the most disheartening things about British playwright Nick Whitby's lumbering stage adaptation of "To Be or Not to Be" is the heavy hand that's been brought to bear on the 1942 comedy about a…
Noble in intentions and haphazard in execution, "Call + Response" is a passionate documentary on human trafficking, crossbred with telethon-like musical performances.
Rising above a tsunami of hype, Brit TV star David Tennant ("Dr. Who") offers an effortless-seeming star turn as cynical Berowne in his second RSC appearance (after the well-received and London-bound…
Manhattan's Stuyvesant High School provides the battleground for a hard-fought presidential election in "Frontrunners," as four tickets vie for head of the student union.
"Choose Connor," child actor-turned-writer-director Luke Eberl's lesson in realpolitik, presents an idealistic 15-year-old who becomes the teen spokesperson for a senatorial candidate in order to…
Josiane Balasko's "A French Gigolo" turns one male prostitute's troubled career into a well-tempered dramedy of human sentiments.
A female cabbie in southern China finds her already paranoid existence thrown into complete disarray in "The Equation of Love and Death."
Mature in terms of production polish and pro performances, writer-director Rob Margolies' feature debut, "Lifelines" (until recently called "Wherever You Are"), stumbles in a familiar way: It crams…
Love is blind and charm is in abundance in the old-fashioned Nipponese comedy-romance "My Darling of the Mountains -- Tokuichi in Love."
Having a baby is child's play in the cheerful, idiosyncratic but enthralling Japanese dramedy "Child by Children."
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
- Playback: Jordan Peele on ‘Get Out’ and Art’s Role Under a Trump Regime
- ‘La La Land,’ ‘Doctor Strange,’ ‘The Crown’ Win Costume Designers Guild Awards
- Spirit Awards Hosts Nick Kroll and John Mulaney on Friendship, Indie Films and Day Drinking
- Final Oscar Predictions as the Season Hits the Home Stretch