Charles Biname's biopic of Maurice "The Rocket" Richard, "the Babe Ruth of hockey," could not be squarer even if it were made during the 1937-1955 era it portrays.
In Tracy Letts' ferociously entertaining "August: Osage County," the American dysfunctional family drama comes roaring into the 21st century with eyes blazing, nostrils flaring and fangs bared, laced…
Normal is homo and abnormal is hetero in breezy, bright-looking "Straight Story," a mildly amusing role-reversal comedy that rarely goes any deeper than its initial premise.
"Pals" is a serviceable but rather predictable drama in which marital tensions erupt due to an unexpected event.
The long-running antipathy of Greeks toward Albanian migrants -- generally depicted as criminals or hijackers in movies -- finds a much more solid dramatic base in "The Homecoming," a notable first…
Thanos Anastopoulos' sophomore outing, "Correction," spends a long time going nowhere in particular.
The emotional pendulum flies off the hinge when an assassin gets it on with the man he's supposed to kill in "Bangkok Love Story."
Psychiatric confinement reveals occasional laughs and painful self-doubts in the subdued Japanese dramedy, "Welcome to the Quiet Room."
A middle-aged Roman's Faustian deal to realize his dreams propels the black comedy "Italian Dream."
"El Greco" is a nicely lit but historically dubious tribute to one of Spain's greatest daubers.
The reply to this film's titular question is delivered by friend and fellow nonagenarian Karl Malden: "He is the history of our industry up to now."