War, bigotry, trauma, disease—there's little to uplift in this three hour program.
The Academy has produced a gratifyingly consistent slate this time around.
Top-level Filipinos engage to save imperilled Jewish refugees just before the war.
Anxious animals, problematic puppets, and grieving girls dominate this latest fistful of Academy contenders.
What, exactly, is the Body of Christ?
With this vaunted remake, the Vancouver filmmakers have produced their most fully realized feature to date.
The bros are back in town
It's a tribute to aging A-list actors as it is to the Vietnam veterans they so lovingly portray.
Even as he verges on liability, an uncaged Cage is no deal-breaker.
The pioneering choreographer is remembered through archival footage, interviews, and new interpretations shot in 3-D.
Victor Hugo would and would not recognize the Paris in this complex new movie named after his most famous book.
Apart from a few superfluous nightmares, the filmmaker’s commitment to utter seriousness is admirable
It’s hard to say if this strikingly unfunny effort would be better if it wasn’t written and directed by men.
The new Safdie brothers film is summed up in a single image of a hustler getting punched in the throat.
It's a technical feat, yes, but the emotional payload counts.
The biggest problem is that its characters aren’t convincingly developed.
View the blue-green Pacific Northwest through Indigenous eyes.
It’s slow going, but the payoff resonates all the more for the patience Archambault puts into this poetic and melancholy little chamber piece.
Nicole Kidman also stars in a tale based on all too true events
How do the original participants in the long-running series feel about where they’ve been and where they’re going?