Reflecting Star: Juliette Binoche plays an actress at a crossroads in Olivier Assayas’ ‘Clouds of Sils Maria’
Olivier Assayas professes surprise that his latest film, Clouds of Sils Maria, has been called complex and challenging.
In Support of Cheatin’: Veteran animator Bill Plympton turns to Kickstarter for racy feature
Every release of a new Bill Plympton movie is a reason to rejoice—literally, perhaps, if you heed the words of "The Simpsons" creator Matt Groening, who once declared, "Bill Plympton is God!"
Film Review: Get Hard
Will Ferrell and Kevin Hart join forces for a fitfully amusing but problematically conceived modern-day version of 'Trading Places.'
Film Review: Home
Short of some nice special effects, 'Home' is an underwhelming animated 3D flick with boilerplate story and themes.
Film Review: While We're Young
Sharply observed, often LOL comedy about artistic integrity and the shrinking horizons of middle age.
Engaging, classy true story tracing the up and mostly down legal struggle an elderly L.A.-based Austrian-born Jew and her young lawyer wage to recover her Viennese family’s valuable Klimt paintings confiscated when the Nazis annexed Austria.
Pretentious, talky final chapter in Hal Hartley's 'Henry Fool' trilogy will only appeal to the series' most devoted fans.
Lush romance makes good use of old-fashioned Manhattan glamour.
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