José Padilha’s taut thriller about the 1976 hostage crisis is fatally compromised by cheap moral equivalence.
Videogame heroine Lara Croft is back, but she’s left the fun behind in a lazy updating of an outdated franchise.
It won’t blow you away.
Engaging coming-of-age comedy with a difference: The lead of this major studio release is a gay teen.
Beautiful doc journey into rustic, remote areas of the Republic of Georgia where humble families continue ancient, unique winemaking techniques. A pleasure for wine, nature and travel lovers alike.
The physical, intellectual and emotional journey of Chinese students transplanted to the state of Maine has its considerable rewards, as well as a couple of winning protagonists.
The simplest dish—oh so familiar in your college days—is here entrancingly elevated to the most desired culinary art, not to mention obsession.
Beautifully realized, hard-hitting yet intimate anti-war tale of a British military company embedded on the front lines in the final deadly months of WWI is exemplary art-house fare.
Max Winkler’s darkly funny film is a daringly tricky coming-of-age tale that both loves and heals its imperfect characters.
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