"Go Home" reads the angry grease-paint message scrawled on the wall of the now-ransacked villa Nada ("About Elly's" Goldshifteh Farahani) finds upon her return to the Lebanese village where she grew…
Coming in fourth in swimming is worse than being in the ninth circle of hell.
It's no small feat turning a shyster and an enemy spy into national heroes, but that's the unique achievement of Steven Spielberg's "Bridge of Spies."
The film relies heavily on audiences forming an emotional connection with a difficult character who's alienated from society, speaks little and is subject to outbursts of anger. Jeong Ha-dam succeeds…
"Who's zoomin' who?" asked Aretha Franklin in her 1985 hit of the same name — and while the song doesn't feature amid the film's cooler musical selections, it summarizes the key dramatic question of…
What would you do if the world's most fearsome military presence threatened to invade where you live? How does one even begin to prepare for that kind of assault?
The horror and futility of war are conveyed in terms both stilted and striking in "Cafard," Dutch animator Jan Bultheel's melancholy tribute to the 400-plus Belgian soldiers who fought as part of an…
An ill-fated treasure hunt in subzero temperatures sends only intermittent chills through the audience in "Numb."
Carnivorous rats are mickey mouse compared with the heinous humans in "The Piper," South Korean helmer-scribe Kim Gwang-tae's chilling transposition of "The Pied Piper of Hamelin" to a Korean hamlet…
Marquee letter placers won't be the only ones profoundly unnerved by "The Sky Trembles and the Earth is Afraid and the Two Eyes Are Not Brothers," the latest mind-muddling meditation from singular…
"The Girl in the Photographs" is a slasher movie filled with smug and self-absorbed characters who are not nearly as clever as they obviously assume they are. Unfortunately, this unsavory mix of…