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.
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The Maze Runner3Daily:$4.3M Cumulative:$58.0M Fox -46.49%
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…
Funny and touching, and with a largely experienced cast meshing smoothly on screen.
A wannabe black comedy set in a decrepit London housing project, "Saxon" needs sharper writing and direction than it gets from first-time filmmaker Greg Loftin. Almost kept afloat by a straight-faced…
Three good actors get hijacked by a talky, pointless script in "Sugarhouse."
Hell hath no fury like a woman with a grudge, and in "The Brave One," Jodie Foster unleashes her rage on the mean streets of New York with the same mesmeric intensity and steely resolve that have…
The best that can be said about Rob Zombie's "Halloween" remake is that he makes it his own, though the considerable alterations only flatter John Carpenter's 1978 slasher-pic template.
There's a pleasantly dreamy quality to much of "Eye of the Dolphin," and that goes a long way toward enabling audiences to ignore the formulaic plot and enjoy the laid-back charms of this innocuous…