This mopey low-fi indie character drama — set to earnest singer-songwriter tunes — feels as if it's been transported from the early '90s.
Whatever charges may fairly be levied against director Takeshi Nozue's "Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV," let no one claim that it isn't actually a movie. It will be screened in cinemas. It is nearly…
When you watch the 1959 “Ben-Hur,” a studio classic so big and stodgy and literal that even the dialogue seems square-jawed, there's something that tugs you right through the endless talk about high…
Four lost souls bring a struggling karaoke club back to life in "Karaoke Crazies," an entertaining combination of eccentric comedy and involving human drama. Boasting tip-top visuals and outstanding…
Directing rock documentaries may outwardly seem something of a departure for Ron Howard, but that's not to say he's gone entirely off-brand.
A quietly intense femme-centric drama about a woman trying to negotiate patriarchal traditions in order to get her younger sister engaged.
“War Dogs,” starring Miles Teller and Jonah Hill as bushy-tailed geek scoundrels who become Internet arms salesmen, is that rare thing: a based-in-reality movie that gives you a buzz. The film just…
Expectedly epic though disappointingly weak in production numbers, the film has sporadic visual enjoyments yet doesn't live up to its potential.
"Imperium's" depiction of the white-nationalist underground is ultimately background for a straightforward potboiler, and the film is at its best when it stays in that arena.
The film refuses to let up in its depiction of Bulgaria's corrupt post-Communist society, yet its lack of nuance works against any profound statement.
A hospitalized young man in a partial body cast spends years striving to hold on to some quality of life in Radu Jude's 1930s-set distancing drama.