Stunningly shot, but emotionally contrived to the point of exasperation, "Memory & Desire" is a beautiful, empty artifact.
It's 6 p.m., and in six hours -- give or take a couple of seconds -- the world will come to an end. That's the gist of "Last Night."
Gorgeously mounted, but butt-numbingly slow for all but hardened admirers of Hou Hsiao-hsien, the costume drama "Flowers of Shanghai" reps a subtle change of course for the Taiwanese helmer after a…
A rarefied, emotionally distant art film, "Claire Dolan" is a rigorously controlled, occasionally arresting study of a New York prostitute's systematic attempt to take control of her life.
There's a strange, almost '80s feel to "The Sea Change," a romantic British comedy that tries to be slick and witty but ends up looking out of tune with the times and trying too hard for effect.
A glossily shot fortune cookie masquerading as a cross-cultural relationships drama, "Last Chance Love" would be better titled "Last Chance Vidbin."
An ambitiously conceived poetic folk tale filled with striking images and graced with terrific Portuguese music, vet helmer Paulo Rocha's "The River of Gold" unfortunately fails to translate its…
"In the Presence of a Clown," Ingmar Bergman's latest telepic, doesn't rank high in the filmmaker's pantheon, but it reps a solid piece of work that will delight aficionados of the vet director, who…
The farcical "The Impostors" begins on a high of comic giddiness, but the air all too quickly seeps out of its balloon.
The new Lolita, Dominique Swain, gives a bright, intelligent performance as an 18-year-old small-town girl who discovers sex, love and music the summer before she leaves the West for an Ivy League…