Tilda Swinton's primary role in the project notwithstanding, its appeal won't extend far past those already familiar with Berger's "radical humanist" Marxism and copious work on human experience.
Director/co-scenarist Adam Randall's first feature sends Josh Bowman of ABC's "Revenge" scurrying around London on a mission to save his girlfriend from unknown kidnappers.
At a time when right-wing politicians across Europe and America are stoking anti-immigrant sentiment in the general population, even the most classically straightforward study of outsider life can…
“You’re different!” So says an old colleague (Michelle Yeoh) who hasn’t seen Arthur Bishop, the mission-improbable hitman in “Mechanic: Resurrection,” for a long time. “Older,” he replies, coming out…
Leslye Headland's attempt to write a neo-noir erotic thriller (think "Body Heat") comes up lame in "The Layover." Despite the fine sexual chemistry generated by Annie Parisse and Adam Rothenberg as…
There's a reason why petits fours are a patisserie staple, and grands fours are not: what's puffily perfect at bite size can turn cloying in a larger slice.
A third-string sports saga only apt to play to its devout target audience.
Yi Deok-hye, the last royal member of Korea’s Joseon Dynasty, spent her whole life in captivity and exile, an archetypal damsel-in-distress with no fairy-tale ending. “The Last Princess,” directed by…
It would be inaccurate to call "Gomorrah" the most recent of "The Wire's" overseas progeny, given that the former premiered in Italy two years ago. But "Gomorrah" is among the most admirable of the…
After a summer of expensive fantasy-action disappointments, there's something refreshing about this remake's admittedly dopey but good-natured, straightforward mano-a-mano.
"Halt and Catch Fire," which officially returns on AMC on Tuesday (after the season three premiere aired Sunday night alongside “Fear the Walking Dead”), is both a retro pleasure and a…