Linor Abargil bravely confronts her experience as a victim of sexual assault in an uplifting documentary that would benefit from a clearer focus and more precise assembly.
This latest collaboration between Wallace Shawn and Andre Gregory, directed for the screen by Jonathan Demme, does little to illuminate Ibsen's "The Master Builder."
This latest stillborn spoof from Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer is a slapdash, desperately unfunny attempt to mock "The Hunger Games."
A none-too-bright working-class Joe lightly experiences Italy's ups and downs over nearly half a century in this pallid family dramedy.
Vince Vaughn sheds his boorish comedic persona in this heartfelt celebration of the act of parenthood, presented under radically exaggerated circumstances.
"The Hunger Games" featured kids killing kids for sport. Its sequel, the far superior "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," rewrites the rules, which not only makes for a more exciting death match, but…
Peter Berg's scorching, often unbearably brutal account of a doomed 2005 military mission in Afghanistan shows how impressive physical filmmaking can overcome even fundamental deficiencies in script…
The rusted-out soul of steel town America and the ghosts of the 1970s post-Vietnam Hollywood cinema haunt Scott Cooper's "Out of the Furnace," a starkly powerful drama that in some ways feels like an…
Nagraj Manjule makes an exceptional feature debut with this multidimensional portrait of the caste system at work, capped by a finale of shocking power.
The ick factor is high in this well-made body-horror opus, but director Eric England doesn't generate much viewer empathy as his heroine quite literally falls apart.
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