While the dry martinis flow freely among hosts and guests alike in "Blithe Spirit," those libations do little to loosen up Michael Blakemore's classy but stiff Broadway revival.
In Benoit Jacquot's latest femme-centered walkabout (after "The Disenchanted," "A Single Girl," "A toute de suite"), an intransigent Isabelle Huppert ruthlessly, methodically severs all ties to…
"Carmen & Geoffrey," Linda Atkinson and Nick Doob's journeyman docu about dance legends Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder, proves too slight to encompass the innovative artistry of its…
For a first feature, director Jeremy Alter's "The Perfect Sleep" is admirably ambitious, an attempt to sculpt an otherworldly, postmodern noir out of gauzy tableaux vivants and fever-dream imagery…
"Waiting for Dublin" can't end soon enough. From the first moments, it's hard to think of a faker replication of WWII in the movies. Adrift on the fest circuit for more than a year, "Dublin" will…
"Rock Paper Scissors" charts a couple of tumultuous years in the lives of two Canadian brothers determined to bring the titular childhood game to a global competition label.
Pic falls back on tired body-fluid gaggery and hoary sexist nonsense.
A big new talent arrives on the scene with "Sin Nombre."
Dare bests truth at each turn in "Cherrybomb," a zippy if over-schematic teen pic from tyro helmers Lisa Barros D'Sa and Glenn Leyburn.
A trendy topic for horror films of late, organ harvesting gets very different treatment in "Canary," which might be called "very different," period.
The DIY director's latest bout of psychosexual titillation feels undercooked, offering the thin story of a young, married actress struggling to reconcile her feelings for her studly co-star. Still…