Radu Muntean's lean, absorbing anti-thriller is tightly measured to ensure a controlled level of tension that remains discreetly constant.
The actions of Allen Iverson, a polarizing figure throughout his NBA career, take on deeper meaning within the context of the tension created among white management — and culture at large — by…
Naomi Kawase's filmmaking has thus far existed in a kind of prestigious limbo: Though beloved of festival selectors, particularly those at Cannes, even her most glitteringly rewarded works have…
The currents of desire, jealousy and resentment that flow through a relationship over time receive an exquisite close-up from director Philippe Garrel in "In the Shadow of Women."
Anarchy has rarely seemed a more sedate business than it does in "The Anarchists," a handsomely mounted, even more handsomely cast costumer.
In this era of fairy-tale prequels, sequels and spinoffs, how often do audiences encounter stories of wicked queens, licentious kings and captive princesses in which they don't already know what…
"Our Little Sister" is so meticulously shot and gracefully orchestrated that it can be considered a worthy contempo successor to Kon Ichikawa's masterpiece "The Makioka Sisters."
It takes the entire juvenile justice system to raise a child in "Standing Tall," French director Emmanuelle Bercot's earnest homage to the unflagging dedication Gallic social workers put into…
Easy to admire texturally, but the script's narrative shapelessness and pretentiously poetical dialogue are hard to take.
Involving docu "T-Rex" charts the path of a teenager from hard-luck Flint, Michigan to becoming the very first Olympics Gold Medalist in women's boxing.