With that, Lemon demolishes the social construct that we call compassion, while the simply devastating Headly --- eyes widening in the determination that she is right --- similarly lays waste to the…
Richard Nelson's "Goodnight Children Everywhere" is aboutthe fate of a London family, whose children were sent to Canada and Wales for safety during World War II. Reunited in the spring of 1945 after…
Sumptuously mounted but emotionally remote, Chen Kaige's historical costumer "The Emperor and the Assassin" is a string of striking set pieces hung on a dramatically shaky clothesline.
The singular mirror Newman holds up to society not only improves with age, his new material sheds an equally vivid light on the perils of man, divorced and remarried, raised in the rock 'n' roll…
"My Life So Far" is an innocuous childhood memoir that only mildly evokes the special qualities of privileged life in between-the-wars Britain. Shot two years ago and reportedly subjected to repeated…
It takes a tenacious suspension of disbelief to buy the gorgeous Shalom Harlow as a virgin in "Cherry," but the thesp-model is the best thing in this occasionally charming but largely uneven romantic…
Two Beijingers living in L.A. find home is where the heart is in "Be There or Be Square," a thoroughly engaging mismatched-couple comedy elevated by wonderful playing by its two stars, well-known…
A modest but beautifully crafted tale of an elderly street performer and his adopted pupil in Republican China, "The King of Masks" is a confident return to the international scene by helmer Wu…
Executive producers, Andrew Kemler, Kelly, Jason McHugh, Hardin.