"It's a non-specific kind of a place," says a local of a mysterious Irish forest in Lorcan Finnegan's debut feature "Without Name," but he may as well be talking about the film itself, an eco-horror…
At least two female doppelgangers drink coffee and soju, flirt with various men, and spark gossip and mass confusion in Hong Sang-soo's "Yourself and Yours," a wise and gently absurdist allegory…
There are bad movies, and then there are worse movies, and then there are full-bore misfires such as "Is That a Gun in Your Pocket?" Loosely based on Aristophanes' "Lysistrada" — the 2,000-year-old…
This muted, moving small-scale tale of sorrow and faith will strike a chord with both the churchgoing crowd and aficionados of Malick's contemplative, theologically predisposed cinema.
Sometimes it's clear that the qualities in a role which should've set off warning alarms amongst an performer's better instincts instead seduced their actorly vanity.
Splattered with Korean aesthetics of troglodytic violence and blighted by irredeemable characters, Kim Sung-soo’s “Asura: The City of Madness” is a stygian crime thriller that casts a jaundiced eye…
"Satin Rouge" director Raja Amari's traditional yet interesting fourth feature "Foreign Body" follows the first months in France of Samia, a young illegal immigrant who ran away from her brother, an…
The logistical considerations involved in filming Justin Timberlake's January 2015 show at Las Vegas' MGM Grand must have taken months to sort out. From learning the layout of the massive…
In this par-for-the-course conclusion to Clarke's "'Hood" saga, the key transition is the evolution of the main character's philosophy.
Was Bruce Lee actually a good fighter? The question sounds insane, because no one in the history of martial-arts cinema has ever been half as mesmerizing to watch. Plenty of martial-arts stars have…
For a movie in which you can't follow what's going on for 75% of the time, "Deepwater Horizon" proves remarkably thrilling.