The candlelight flickers exquisitely even as the passions are slow to ignite in this spare, shrewdly acted but not especially vital retelling of "Jane Eyre."
Far-flung locales look mostly striking, but the far-fetched plot machinations, choppy editing and wildly uneven acting aren't a pretty sight.
CJ Gardella's "Shunka" is a lyrical nonfiction feature that observes animal and human life, with no differentiation, in South Dakota's Badlands.
A colorful jukebox musical of Francophone songs, a dramatic Parisian love story across ethnic and class divides and a sociopolitical message movie are all shoehorned into a vibrant if never quite…
The soulful, messy process of grief gets a soulful, messy treatment in Ava DuVernay's pic.
A high-school dropout determines to transcend her troubled past, no matter the cost, in intense drama "Pure."
A brain-dead update of a classic tale whose feeble understanding of its own point runs only skin-deep.
Robert De Niro adds a touch of novelty to Giovanni Veronesi's latest installment in the romantic-comedy franchise.
An amiable overview of the board game's history and impact, alongside a moderately engaging portrait of players preparing for the 2009 World Monopoly Championship.
A schoolgirl falls in love with a cutie who, unbeknownst to her, is Germany's latest pop sensation.
Originally shot several years ago as "Kids in America," "Take Me Home Tonight" is a pleasant-enough all-in-one-night comedy.