It’s often been asserted that the inhabitants of cities seldom look up. Maybe when there’s a suicide under negotiation, or a high-wire-walker, or when something ominous splats on your shoulder, but…
A meta-film in which Jeanne Balibar, refreshingly unaffected, is an actress playing French singer Barbara in a film made by an obsessed director.
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Todd Haynes is a transcendent filmmaker, one who can haunt your imagination and carry you away, but in “Wonderstruck,” there's more artistry in his storytelling than there is in the intricate…
“Loveless,” the title of the compelling and forbidding new movie by the Russian director Andrey Zvyagintsev (“Leviathan,” “Elena”), seems, for a while, to refer to the state of the relationship…
An Australian car mechanic turned male model, George Lazenby had the hardest job of any James Bond actor: He had to follow Sean Connery. Lazenby made just one 007 movie, 1969's "On Her Majesty's…
"I feel like I'm back in 'Richard III,'" Vanessa Redgrave notes solemnly at one point in her impassioned refugee-crisis documentary "Sea Sorrow."
As directorial debuts go, Amber Tamblyn's "Paint It Black" is kind of a mess, but then, so are its characters, which makes the film's raw, off-kilter style somehow right for the material, which began…
By far the most important ingredient for any artist is life experience: When storytellers try to tackle anything more realistic than a by-the-numbers superhero movie, it helps to have had your heart…
Quick, name the three funniest comedy duos working today. Amy Poehler and Tina Fey? Dave and James Franco? Zac Efron and his abs? Hollywood is constantly putting pairs of funny people together, often…
Returning director David Bowers delivers an amiable, fast-paced entry that should win over fans.
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