Elliptical to the point of abstraction, "Booster" is an austere and stripped-to-essentials indie that suggests a Boston crime drama such as "The Town" or "Monument Ave." as reimagined by Robert…
A buoyant Capra-esque venture that sometimes stumbles but never fails to dazzle.
A serious sibling rivalry forces auds to pick which twin is the phony in "The Second Woman."
After dipping its toes into pure CG animation for "Arthur Christmas," Aardman integrates its feted old-school stop-motion technique with top-drawer visual effects in this irrepressibly amusing caper.
While "Losing Control" is a thoroughly likable, playful comedy, there's never a sense that writer-director Valerie Weiss is in total command of film's tone, pacing or comic content, which is…
A twentysomething Frenchwoman beds a sexy guy and then, in perhaps the world's worst case of postcoital exhaustion, seems to wake up 15 years later in "Another Woman's Life."
A rather queasy cross of conventional biodoc and first-person therapy cinema, "An Encounter With Simone Weil" has helmer Julia Haslett seeking solutions to her own problems by investigating the life…
The difficulties of adapting idiosyncratic literature to the screen are all too apparent in "The Trouble With Bliss," which turns Douglas Light's well-received debut novel into a misfired quirkfest…
Fear and loaning lead to emotional mayhem and murder in taut South Korean psychological thriller "Helpless."
Inauspiciously billed as a life-affirming descendant of "Little Miss Sunshine" and "The Full Monty," "Reuniting the Rubins" proves as drearily formulaic as the weakest of those films' myriad…
Sibling filmmakers Jon and Andrew Erwin occasionally strain credibility and test patience with "October Baby," their debut feature, but they're blessed with a lead player whose affecting performance…
2016-2017 Oscar Predictions
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- ‘La La Land,’ ‘Doctor Strange,’ ‘The Crown’ Win Costume Designers Guild Awards
- Spirit Awards Hosts Nick Kroll and John Mulaney on Friendship, Indie Films and Day Drinking
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