Ten years after "U-Carmen eKhayelitsha," the Isango Ensemble's vibrant South African spin on Georges Bizet, triumphed at the Berlinale, their return to the classic opera canon is a more muted affair…
Four men and one woman serve out a unique form of spiritual punishment in Pablo Larrain's "The Club."
The deft melding of past and present characterizing "Nostalgia for the Light"becomes muddied here by the "Natural Science 101" voiceover and an unsatisfying bridge between two rather disparate…
You go into a Terrence Malick movie expecting a gorgeous collage of sound and image, but not necessarily the sight of a neon-lit strip club, a Caesars Palace pool party, or a fashion shoot where a…
After hitting a couple of commercial highs and one major artistic low in the major-studio trade, Bill Condon makes a welcome return to more intimate, character-based fare in "Mr. Holmes."
For all the hard knock headlines the NFL has faced lately, playing in the pros remains a dream career for many young men.
Characterized by camp sensibilities, inelegant shifts and overall good nature, "Tough Love" is a semi-dramatized bio-docu about karate champ, pimp and ex-con Andreas Marquardt, a bundle of damaged…
America's Second Amendment inadvertently serves to keep Mexican drug cartels stocked with U.S.-made, military-grade artillery in "600 Miles," an understated, astutely gauged look at the way weapons…
Fly away, "Birdman" — there's a new one-shot wonder in town, and unlike that digitally augmented opus, Sebastian Schipper's heart-in-mouth heist thriller "Victoria" isn't performing any high-tech…
If Alex Ross Perry's previous film, "Listen Up Philip," aspired to the kaleidoscopic narrative density of a John Fowles or William Gaddis, his new "Queen of Earth" carries the spiky intensity and…