With its multiple aspect ratios, on-screen block quotes, and cutaways to news broadcasts and documentary footage — not to mention a musical overture and interlude — the three-hour Quebecois political…
A film that's in love with love, in love with cinema, and concerned that neither is built to last.
The fascination of puzzling out a compulsive fire-setter's motivations keeps "Pyromaniac" absorbing, even if the film itself provides precious few answers.
“Storks,” the new digital cartoon about a crew of sharp-beaked, flamingo-legged birds who deliver babies (or used to; they now deliver consumer packages — but we'll get to that in a minute), is a…
Though it deftly eschews moral judgment of its own, Belgian helmer Peter Monsaert's "Flemish Heaven" is likely to provoke all manner of debate among its viewers.
This ludicrous costume shoot-'em-up only inflates its whopping cliches and anachronisms by placing them in the incongruously deployed IMAX format.
It may only represent the film's Spanish distribution route, but there's something entirely apt-feeling about the familiar Warner Bros. badge at the front of Alberto Rodriguez's "Smoke and Mirrors."
When it comes to Lifetime movies, most people don't pay the slightest attention to who the heck made it. In the case of "Paris Can Wait," a flat, sun-dappled divertissement about a married American…
Just when you thought the disease-of-the-week genre had run out of diseases, along comes "Brain on Fire," a made-for-TV-style look at anti-NMDA receptor encephalitis, an extremely rare autoimmune…
Maya Zinshtein, a Russian-born investigative journalist, smartly places her shocking portrait of a team and its fans in a broader socio-political context, allowing it to surpass its token subject…
Only slightly more compelling than those stiffly staged dramatic reenactments that alternate with talking-heads commentary in second-rate cable-TV docudramas, "Finding Altamira" relies heavily on the…