A soap opera filtered through the influences of Mike Leigh, Robert Altman and John Cassavetes, Jose Canijo's "Blood of My Blood" is an overlong portrait of a family living in one of Lisbon's rougher…
A reasonably happy marriage between Terence Rattigan's 1952 theatrical chamber piece and the instincts of writer-helmer Terence Davies.
Gianni Amelio uses such an excessively subdued approach in his filmization of Albert Camus' final, unfinished novel, "The First Man," that the whole is less than the sum of its select, often…
A taut, often ingenious thriller that falls short only when it becomes untrue to its central conceit: the surveillance of a couple by a virtual intruder.
With a list of ancestors that includes Shakespeare, Tran Anh Hung, "The Godfather" and the Bible, "Bunohan" serves up a feast of archetypes and violence amid a story that twines like a basketful of…
The film is a well-wrought but dramatically narrow account of a scuzzy cop's personal and professional meltdown.
The pic at times feels out of step with contemporary reality and humorless in its adaptation of a comic bestseller.
A guy in his late 20s faces even odds of beating cancer in "50/50."
Money worries tempt a feckless single mother at the end of her tether in "Think of Me."
Lasse Hallstrom has sweetened the satire right out of Paul Torday's side-splitting political sendup.
An unpalatable confection whose sophomoric approach to its very adult subject is likely to leave some auds bewildered and others actively offended.