Codirectors Cristina Gallego and Ciro Guerra are more interested in the interface between conflicting cultures than in the crime story.
Director Sebastián Lelio didn't pay sufficient attention to fitting all of the characters into a fully convincing narrative.
A restful retreat is what everyone is looking for in a rare family get-together at the remote hacienda that shares a name with this low-key Argentine drama.
Watch a bunch of beautiful and super enthusiastic city kids grappling, often comically, with alien technologies like septic fields, organic food gardens, and the construction of leaky geodesic domes.
Peter Bogdanovich's doc is great fun, but it can't explain what made the Great Stone Face tick.
Snippets of L’Atalante and Vertigo are butted up against Buster Keaton, Kiss Me Deadly, and Pasolini’s porntastic Salò.
This is Irréversible filmmaker Gaspar Noe in his native territory.
Old masters collide with modernists and a lot more besides in the captivating animated feature.
Seriously, don't go in Isabelle Huppert's basement!
A wedding goes very wrong in Asghar Farhadi's ultimately disappointing thriller.
Based cryptically on the life of Gerhard Richter, it's an uneven if visually extraordinary effort.
Writer-director Eric Khoo is obsessed with food, but his storytelling skills aren’t so hot.
This sitting is certainly not for the faint of heart, or stomach.
Among the nominees is the National Film Board-backed "Animal Behaviour", by the Vancouver married couple of David Fine and Alison Snowden.
Almost every crisis addressed here is the direct result of having zero moral leadership where it counts.
Jake Gyllenhaal's outsize performance as Morf Vandewalt is enough to keep the Twitter memes rolling.
It's meant for kids, but grown-ups might enjoy a vape hit for this gorgeous trip.
Verbal foreplay, that is, of the endlessly witty prerevolutionary French variety.
This compact documentary about the Downtown Eastside has become something of a sensation since debuting earlier this year with two sold-out screenings at the Italian Film Festival.
Writer-director Pawel Pawlikowski’s communist-era love story spans years inside a masterful 90 minutes.