Screenwriter Akiva Goldsman cuts his directorial teeth adapting an acclaimed fantasy tale, but the result is less than magical.
Happy Valentine's Day! Here's a terrible teen drama as a gift.
Swedish gangster flick has so many bad guys doing different things that you will need a program to help you figure out who is doing what and who they are doing it to.
From Paraguay comes the tale of a young man carrying something valuable in his wheelbarrow that everyone wants. It is a thriller that sometimes thrills.
The Oscar Nominees for Short Film (Animated) are a decent but uninspiring group.
The film seems to think Stockholm syndrome is pretty sexy, and it hopes you will too.
Matthew McConaughey throws himself into the middle of the contest for Best Actor and the film may just capture the Best Picture award.
Set in Georgia (the Russian one), in the 1990's, this tale of life for two young women is a coming-of-age story set against an awfully tough physical and emotional terrain.
Divorce is a major industry designed to rob us blind. Nothing newsy about that, but some other facts presented in this documentary about the process are even more distressing.
Her is an operating system with the voice of Scarlett Johansson. Him is the real Joaquin Phoenix. Together they form an unlikely couple of the not too distant future.