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.
Clash of the Titans: Abel Ferrara and IFC Films square off over release of ‘Welcome to New York’
In one corner, ferociously independent veteran New York filmmaker Abel Ferrara. In the other, veteran distributor IFC Films, longtime champion of offbeat, often challenging independent (the "I" in IFC) filmmaking.
Fun in the Sun: 2015 summer movie season preview, part 1
Summer movie season kicks off this Friday with the release of Furious 7. You can check out the rest of our summer movie guide in our May issue, debuting at CinemaCon, but we thought it would be a shame to leave April high and dry. Here's what you have to look forward to over the next month.
Film Review: While We're Young
Sharply observed, often LOL comedy about artistic integrity and the shrinking horizons of middle age.
You presumably shouldn’t have to adore low-budget ’80s horror movies to love this devilishly clever homage…but it helps.
Wim Wenders delivers another generously appreciative fellow-artist collaboration with this luminous portrait of epic photographer Sebastião Salgado, whose knack for unearthly imagery is less intriguing than his empathic optimism.
In this imaginative but inept cautionary parable—the Un Certain Regard prize-winner at Cannes—a girl searches for her beloved dog, who becomes a canine Spartacus after being brutalized by a cruel dog-fighting ring.
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