Michelle Pfeiffer's captivating performance can't overcome the faults of this bougie comedy.
Tsai Ming-liang and Lee Kang-sheng create a tender, cavernous narrative that affirms the monotony and beauty of being and the exhaustion that stems from that dichotomy.
Steve McQueen revitalizes what we all miss about house parties and depicts an experience unique to the vibrant West Indian community in London circa 1980.
We went to Venice, Toronto, New York, and Austin and saw numerous wonderful films -- these are the 25 best.
Varda's self-portrait takes us through her career and the full spectrum of human emotion.
The tactics that made this frontier buddy film so heartfelt will make you love the film even more.
Noah Baumbach will break your heart and make you laugh with his new film about divorce.
Luca Marinelli brings the Jack London character new life over 100 years after the novel was published.
This Japanese crime drama is interesting but has a hard time finding its flow.
This atmospheric drama lacks the emotional impact its premise suggests.