The '90s are back again in "Criminal Activities," a profane thriller that so closely resembles the B-movies that followed "The Usual Suspects," "Pulp Fiction" and "Get Shorty," it could be mistaken…
Even without the Nov. 13 terrorist attacks, "Made in France" would be a tough film for most Parisians to sit through, stoking danger-next-door paranoia in a city already frazzled enough over foreign…
A foreign-language Oscar winner gets a clever but workmanlike Hollywood retooling in "Secret in Their Eyes," a time-shuffling tale of murder, corruption, paranoia and the many varieties of obsession.
A solo backpacker seeking tranquility in "The Interior" of British Columbia gets something very different in Trevor Juras' arresting, minimalist debut feature.
"Highly Strung" follows the volatile trajectories of the Australian String Quartet (ASQ) and the legendary Guadagnini instruments in their custody.
The latest edition in a widening mini-genre of competition documentaries about the depths of devotion inspired by subcultures few people even know exist.
As much as films like "Capturing the Friedmans" and "Stories We Tell" have taught us to expect the unexpected when it comes to family portraiture on film, viewers may still find themselves taken…
With his "Rocky" spinoff, writer-director Ryan Coogler confirms every bit of promise he displayed in his 2013 debut, "Fruitvale Station."
Seth Rogen takes the high holidays literally in "The Night Before," a raucous drug-fueled ode to the seasonal spirit's power to help man-children mature into responsible adults.
Victor Zarcoff's debut feature ratchets up a fair amount of suspense from the not-unfamiliar premise of a high-tech voyeur spying on a yuppie couple newly moved into his rental property.
"The Bride" may be a pedestrian choice of title for a new adaptation of Federico Garcia Lorca's ever-crimson play "Blood Wedding," but perhaps the change is fitting.