The words “Internet” and “commerce” go together like “baseball” and “game,” and in 2001, the great documentary “Startup.com” set the gold standard for movies about on-line entrepreneurs. Shot in 1999…
A lithe little psychological puzzler in which lives are stolen, swapped and quite possibly ruined in the space of one ostensibly tranquil weekend.
The risk-taking confidence with which Dunn weaves in sardonic magical-realist elements, not to mention the film's unpredictable yet assured approaches to style and tone, make for an auspicious debut.
Appropriately enough for a movie titled "I.T.," there is a preponderance of hard drives, software, satellite tracking networks, cutting-edge surveillance systems, and banks of large-format monitors…
An astute mixture of multi-strand drama and murder mystery that engrosses for two solid hours--before collapsing into bathos.
If you were among the squeamish who could never quite stomach the premise of Pixar's "Ratatouille" — in which a Parisian sewer rat becomes top chef in a tony French restaurant — then perhaps Morgan…
But if the writer-director's physical canvas has gotten bigger here, his imagination is otherwise in somewhat reduced form. "
In “The Long Excuse,” Masahiro Motoki — star of the Oscar-winning “Departures” — makes a startling comeback as a novelist who discovers his coldheartedness upon his wife’s sudden death…
This respectable if somewhat monotonous drama won't be an easy sell to offshore audiences for whom avant-garde artist Wladyslaw Strzeminski is hardly a household name.
In late December 2012, 23-year-old medical student Jyoti Singh was beaten and gang-raped by six men aboard a moving bus in New Dehli, eventually succumbing from her injuries two days later. The…
Shortly after the Berlin Wall came down, the citizens of Karl Marx City voted overwhelmingly to rechristen their home Chemnitz, the name it had before becoming part of East Germany nearly four…