There are only two reasons why anyone would live as far north as the aptly named Apex, a tiny town in the Canadian province of Nunavut, which is accessible only by plane and so cut off from the rest…
A subtle film that's both character study and a meditation on the residue of time and place.
Orson Welles said that "the classy gangster is a Hollywood invention," but "Chouf" isn't a Hollywood production and its gangsters are decidedly not classy.
Two men and a woman careen about through various skits, creating a mildly anarchic effect that feels like comedy interstitials in a late-night TV show.
Cambodian-born filmmaker Rithy Panh once again holds up a mirror to his life under the Khmer Rouge in "Exile," a free-flowing essay film in which he reflects on his experiences between 1975 and 1979…
Roberto Duran remains the greatest lightweight boxer in history, and one of the most celebrated fighters, period. But unlike such legends of the ring as Muhammad Ali, Sugar Ray Leonard, or Mike…
Time plays in an endless loop in "Kaili Blues," forcing one to constantly revisit, and reassess, the past.
Stranger than fiction, this prankishly entertaining documentary is well-suited for people who think they don't like documentaries.
There's a certain perverse genius to unveiling a ghost movie at Cannes that relies on the audience to deliver the "boos" as the final credits roll, although one doubts that's quite what Olivier…
"This film is not about him," a title card declares — a taunting "gotcha" punchline indicative of the tone to follow — right after "Psycho Raman" opens with a potted biography of Raman Raghav, the…
“Hell or High Water” is a thrillingly good movie — a crackerjack drama of crime, fear, and brotherly love set in a sun-roasted, deceptively sleepy West Texas that feels completely exotic for being so…