Movie Reviews

This year's fest features films from 27 EU countries over 14 nights.
Filmmaker Penny Woodcock was harassed by the cops and had her footage temporarily confiscated while she was documenting the delicate truce attempt between two gangs in Birmingham.
Master clown Oskar returns to Prague 30 years after defecting; he doesn't receive the warmest welcome.
There will be inevitable comparisons here with Johns Ford and Wayne, and with the Coen brothers’ remake of True Grit.
Julianne Moore and Philip Seymour Hoffman are part of a high-powered cast in the next episode of a popular franchise.
In theory, this review should just write itself.
Writer-director Gina Prince-Bythewood’s movie digs below the glitzy surface to ask some hard questions about how women are treated by the recording industry.
No other museum in the world can boast a back story as rich and full of fatal drama as that of St. Petersburg’s Hermitage.
The results are affecting, well performed, and slightly stolid in the storytelling department.