A year after Eddie Redmayne proved his incredible capacity for reinvention in "The Theory of Everything," the freckle-faced Brit pulls off the ultimate identity overhaul as "The Danish Girl."
Apart from the image of Jesus hanging from the cross — which, incidentally, is the first thing we see in Italian director Piero Messina's "The Wait" — perhaps the most instantly recognizable scene in…
Pugnacious grass-roots advocacy and community organizing form the backbone to Frederick Wiseman's iconic immersion in the life of a Queens, NY neighborhood.
Imagine "Die Hard" as told from the point of view of one of the terrified office workers huddled under her desk while angry Germans hold Nakatomi Plaza hostage.
The cramped 11-by-11-foot interior of a sealed, sound-proof garden shed isn’t the only thing keeping a boy and his mother prisoner in "Room," a suspenseful and heartrending drama that finds perhaps…
Dogs have clearly become an avant-gardist’s best friend. First Jean-Luc Godard delivered a funny 3D valentine to a pooch named Roxy Mieville in "Goodbye to Language," and now the New York-based…
It's a line often spoken in war-at-home dramas, as returning soldiers struggle to relate to unscarred civilians: "You can't imagine what it's like out there."
"Equals" director Drake Doremus has good news and bad news about the future. The bad news is that love, sex and anything to do with human emotion has been eradicated.
The icy blue eyes of notorious Boston crime boss James "Whitey" Bulger stare out from the screen in Scott Cooper's "Black Mass" like the gaze of some confident jungle predator calmly lying in wait.
Cover your ears and open your hearts: In French director Xavier Giannoli's pitch-perfect comedy of manners, "Marguerite," a shameless chanteuse with a surplus of money and a shortage of talent buys…
Alexander Sokurov's freewheeling poetic essay, highly personal and yet captivating, incorporates the Louvre's status in Nazi-occupied Paris alongside musings on art's function through storm-tossed…