A cult priestess’s quest for her ethnic and spiritual roots lends depth to “The Voice of Water,” an atypical crime drama set in Tokyo’s seamy Koreatown that unravels riveting layers of suspense…
No matter how you feel about "Gone Girl," there's no denying that Flynn's second bigscreen adaptation is a relative disappointment.
As spring perennials go, a new Nicholas Sparks movie has come to seem as inevitable as tax day and allergy season, and only mildly less irritating to the senses.
This overwrought tale of two orphaned brothers and their violent hometown reunion fails to convince on several crucial levels, including plotting and dialogue.
Filmmakers Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer ran out of gas a long time ago as aggressively madcap movie spoofers. (Not that they had much in the tank to begin with – remember, we're talking about…
Haupt captures the passion of those working on Gaudi's incomplete church, yet the subject cries out for more depth.
Sporting plenty of twists but few surprises, this stylish yet derivative eOne day-and-date release seems most likely to be watched by viewers who — like its hero — stumble in by accident.
For any viewers partial to the mechanics of Michael Bay's "Transformers" films but not their steely factory finish, British family flick "Robot Overlords" may work as a wonky diversion.
When Thomas Hardy named his fourth novel "Far From the Madding Crowd," he almost certainly meant the title ironically — a riposte to the notion that the rural folk of Hardy's beloved English…
The big surprise drops early in "Twinsters," Samantha Futerman's documentary about her unexpected reunion with Anais Bordier, the identical twin sister she never knew she had, some 25 years after…