Five stories of the macabre tend more toward monotony in the strikingly animated but rather wishfully titled "Extraordinary Tales."
Based on Hector Tobar's book "Deep Down Dark," "The 33" aims for a comprehensive survey of efforts above ground and below, but winds up looking less like a sober docudrama than a ginned-up Irwin…
One of those "actors are real people, too" romantic comedies, a la "Lost in Translation" or "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton," in which a jaded showbiz type mellows after falling for a genuine…
Don't say "Sayonara" to human actors just yet. A provocative experiment in whether androids could share the stage with people loses much of its interest on the bigscreen.
Four years in the making and 15,000 in the telling, French co-directors Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud's millennia-spanning "Seasons" does for beasts of the land what the duo's "Winged Migration"…
"Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension" offers little more than a distant, whimpering echo of a film property that once made such a bang.
A remarkable representation of how technology can be combined with human care to support seniors living independently.
If you see just one new Sion Sono movie this year, make it "Love & Peace," the wonderfully daffy passion project it reportedly took the appallingly prolific helmer more than two decades to make.
The 2012 gang rape and murder of Jyoti Singh, a 23-year-old medical student in Delhi, India, sparked a nationwide outcry against an entire culture's systemic abuse and dehumanization of women.
There's nothing "truly outrageous" about Jon M. Chu's pedestrian cartoon adaptation.
"The dead are alive" are the very first words printed onscreen in "Spectre," the 24th and far-from-last James Bond adventure.