“Logan,” the third and final chapter in the “Wolverine” series (though it's the 10th — count 'em — “X-Men” film, and not necessarily the last), opens in 2029 on the outskirts of El Paso, where Logan…
It’s hardly the first place you’d expect a Goethe reference, but the fizzy, '80s-influenced synthpop song that closes Liu Jian’s animated Berlin competition title “Have a Nice Day” (written, like all…
The film has a strong start but as it progresses, the lead characters make unconvincing personality about-faces even before they've lost the attractions they might once have had.
Even if you overlook the startling historical license, "A Prominent Patient" would still be a train wreck for its godawful script and muddled structure.
Tom Costabile's debut feature eventually goes to Hell in the most literal sense, with a prolonged climax too much like a tour through an evangelical Christian group's Halloween "Hell House."
At once starkly eccentric and deeply humane, writer-director Dusty Bias' "The Great & the Small" offers a sympathetically bemused look at interconnected lives of quiet (or else colorfully voluble)…
Gomes finds truth in concepts and details, envisioning an anti-hero's transformation from unthinking colonialist henchman to revolutionary.
It's the last day of school at Roosevelt High, and two disgruntled teachers decide to duke it out after the final bell rings in "Fist Fight," a risible excuse for comedy that treats compulsory…
"These are very simple pieces, but if you go deeper, they are more complicated." So explains a minor character midway through Hong Sangsoo's "On the Beach at Night Alone."
exploits the large-screen format to breathtaking effect, providing gorgeous panoramas of natural and man-made wonders as well as intimate snapshots of many men and women using their wits to achieve…
“The Bar,” a Spanish thriller about a bunch of people stuck inside a bar and its basement, trying to survive a mysterious attack, is easily the worst movie I've seen at this year's Berlin…