What's the most romantic song ever written? If I told you it was “Love Never Dies,” by Andrew Lloyd Webber (the title number from his unsuccessful 2010 musical), you'd probably say I was nuts. But…
For how long can a film level-headedly discuss the rules and mechanics of a thriller before becoming something of a thriller itself?
A disappointingly ragtag period piece, clearly plagued by script problems, that's lifeless to the core.
"Nothing is more beautiful than what disappears before our eyes," a character murmurs more than once in "Radiance," a gentle-hearted, quintessentially new-age but fatally cloying new outing from…
João Pedro Zappa deserves much credit for making Gabriel so vibrant, and Barbosa has done an exceptional job melding his and Caroline Abras' performances with those of the non-professionals.
The notably shot, smartly stylized, episodic tale is crammed full of oddball characters and boasts a deeply sympathetic turn from Hungarian actor Sándor Terhes as the protagonist
“Baywatch,” starring Dwayne Johnson and Zac Efron, is a stupidly entertaining trash folly, the kind that could only be made today: an obscenity-and-insult-laced, aggressively “competent” adaptation…
If any director should have two films in the official selection at this year's Cannes Film Festival, it may as well be shaggy Korean iconoclast Hong Sangsoo.
“The Florida Project” is the new movie from writer-director Sean Baker, who staked his claim two years ago with “Tangerine,” an indie feature he shot entirely with an iPhone camera. It told the story…
It may be the most crowded and party-fueled event on the global film calendar, but the Cannes Film Festival can be an oddly solitary, contemplative experience for attendees outside the inner circle.
Try to picture a Japanese remake of "Hello, My Name Is Doris," shot through with an undertow of quiet desperation that wouldn't be out of place in a Cristian Mungiu film, and you're halfway toward…