Had she relied solely on archival footage of Nigeria, Joanna Lipper's "The Supreme Price" would count as a solid if familiar primer on the struggle for democracy in Africa's most populous nation.
A documentary made in the immediate aftermath of a national trauma typically favors heightened immediacy over deeper analysis, and whatever the missteps and limitations of its guerrilla-style…
Bille August is in one of his most productive phases but not, alas, one of his more creative ones.
The idea that a human could become a kind of "zombie whisperer" is one of the bright new touches that "Wyrmwood" brings to a familiar scenario.
A disturbing yet compassionate drama centered around the tightly coiled psyches of three uniquely tormented individuals.
These 96 minutes are rather like being stuck in one long meeting with the almost invariably young, white, middle-class male members of a startup -- their zeal isn't all that infectious unless you're…
The good-vibing '60s are slip-sliding away in Paul Thomas Anderson's "Inherent Vice," and along with them a certain idea of pre-Vietnam, pre-Manson California life.
Intriguing enough in what it shows, "Bitter Honey" nonetheless frustrates for what it doesn't.
A gripping psychological drama set in the seediest quarters of Mumbai, the pic cleverly weaves fantasy and reality so that neither can be taken at face value.
Absorbing even at its most impenetrable, "The Fatal Encounter" is a splendidly crafted, sumptuously photographed costume drama-actioner