Proceeding with the same tone of cynical world-weariness that proved a mixed blessing in his debut feature, "The Matador," writer-director Richard Shepard fictionalizes a real-life tale of journos…
Too much caution and too little lust squeeze much of the dramatic juice out of Ang Lee's "Lust, Caution."
An ordinary family man makes enemies with the wrong gang -- and vice versa -- in the blood-soaked revenge thriller "Death Sentence."
Those who know the original "Sleuth" may wonder after awhile if their minds aren't playing tricks on them
Paul Haggis' follow-up to "Crash" is too self-serious to work as a straight-ahead whodunit.
A sadistic, impotent police captain who enjoys abusing his power crosses paths with a communist, atheist university professor with a crisis of faith in "Cargo 200." Disturbing, gleefully black comedy…
Zombies chomp on a reality TV crew and others in the strictly-by-the-numbers Spanish horror flick "REC."
Rarely has a book sprung so vividly to life, but also worked so enthrallingly in pure movie terms.
The second in documaker Daniel Kraus' ambitious "Work America" series, "Musician" is a precise and insightful cinema verite study of Ken Vandermark, a Chicago-based musician who doggedly makes a…
With a scrupulously even hand, "Blood and Tears" distills 60 years of Israeli-Palestinian hostility into a slim but authoritative 73-minute package.
The first feature-length movie made in Scottish Gaelic for the bigscreen, "Seachd: The Inaccessible Pinnacle" is a strikingly composed but dramatically inert yarn about a man's search for the truth…