In an era where CBGB can be reborn as a themed restaurant at the Newark airport, and Iggy Pop's musical accounts of heroin dependency can soundtrack cruise ship commercials, it's not such a far leap…
The sun is hot, the motives are cold and the film is blazingly noir as Indigenous detective Jay Swan (Aaron Pedersen) returns for another investigation of Outback moral rot in multi-hyphenate helmer…
"A quotation is a handy thing to have about, saving one the trouble of thinking for oneself, always a laborious business." — A.A. Milne In "Tracktown," real-life distance runner Alexi Pappas plays…
For a film about throwing caution to the wind and bucking conventions, "Honeyglue" diligently adheres to clichés.
Chen Shi (Liao Fan), the suavely severe hero of “The Final Master,” is an apostle of the Wing Chun style of hand-to-hand combat. The moment you witness the hair-raising brand of Wing Chun he favors…
“An Inconvenient Truth,” the epochal Al Gore/Davis Guggenheim documentary about climate change (which back then was still routinely called global warming), came out 10 years ago last week. There have…
"I'm here to free my parents from The Pits!" proclaims one character late in sci-fi actioner "Andron"--but no one saves the viewer from that same fate.
Much like classic car customization, effective cinematic storytelling is often all about the detailing, and Ricardo de Montreuil's "Lowriders," which sets a tale of inter-generational rivalry and…
Bernard-Henri Lévy's latest first-person essay proves enthralling and instructive as he follows Kurdish troops fighting ISIS on the ground.
James Wan, the director of “Saw” and “Insidious,” is a horror filmmaker of such screw-tightening skill that even when he makes a good old rattletrap haunted-house potboiler, it's easy to feel a…
The heroes in a half shell return for more halfhearted fun.