More to be admired than loved.
Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali are a memorable pair of mismatched traveling companions in this very entertaining Civil Rights Era road movie.
American soldiers take on zombie Nazis in this gory horror picture that also features a solid story and characters you can actually care about.
For tiny tots only, and their long-suffering adults. A predestined hit based on the strong brand and property, this animated adaptation of the classic children's book turns the Grinch from a menace to pathetic.
Hugh Jackman stars as a Presidential candidate racing toward disaster.
This riveting documentary about war correspondent Marie Colvin and photojournalist Paul Conroy provides a solid companion piece to 'A Private War.'
Flouting the usual conventions of the biopic, this ravishing, light-struck portrait of Van Gogh's time in Arles is squarely camped in the heart and mind of the artist.
Too committed to its premise to be seen as a gimmick.
An animated joyride.
Makes a lasting impression.
Film Journal International