From the beginning, women have been the heroes, villains, role models and leaders in Veronica Roth's Divergent series, so it should come as no surprise that its year-later sequel "Insurgent" advances…
Like its characters, pic makes for pleasant, mildly titillating company without ever suggesting much depth under the surface.
The course of true love is awfully sinister in Jack James' intense, impressionistic debut feature.
Exploited temp workers at a big box store in South Korea organize themselves to fight layoffs in "Cart," a solidly made sophomore feature with worthy elements that are all too familiar.
Unfortunately, the segments fail to add up to more than the sum of their parts, and only a few of them of feel like complete pieces of work. "Paris, je t'aime" and "New York, I Love You" found…
In her documentary on the 150-year-old magazine The Nation, Barbara Kopple Kopple dramatically -- and effectively – bridges time so that reports from current hot spots reverberate eerily in words and…
The title is the most authentically French thing about "Suite Francaise," a fusty but enjoyably old-fashioned WWII soaper that, notwithstanding its Gallic locale, is otherwise characterized by a…
Interweaving two love stories set in Prague, one in the ’40s and one in the present, “Somewhere Only We Know” drowns in the unbearable triteness of cinematic tourism, while indulging the latest…
Someday the mobsters, petty thugs and crooked cops of the world will finally get it through their thick skulls that you should never, ever mess with Liam Neeson's family — not that audiences have…
With his tufts of gravity-defying, shoe-polish hair and burnt-orange tan, Al Pacino has been sporting the look of a glammer-than-thou aging rock star for so long now that it's only fitting he's…