Ok As compelling as Red Army is, it feels incomplete.
Ok Maps to the Stars is a nasty little film—and though I use “little” a little pejoratively, it’s better than his last three.
Ok The Dardenne brothers make films that are, simply put, not for everyone.
Ok A Most Violent Year shows the fallout on the human psyche of terroristic threats.
Ok Now that I’ve seen A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, I can sound off on whether its tagline—“the first Iranian vampire Western”—rings true.
Ok As with all documentaries about deceptively simple subjects, The Search for General Tso seems to be about one thing but is actually about a much bigger topic.
Ok The question of a woman’s value is at the heart of The Homesman, director Tommy Lee Jones’ decidedly feminist Western.
Ok For those who like their animated movies crazy and with a throw-it-at-the-wall-and-see-if-it-sticks attitude, this is the flick for you.
Ok Jon Stewart’s debut as writer-director almost works, and it’s not quite good, but it’s certainly better than a rainy day flick.
Ok If you’re a casual Nick Cave fan 20,000 Days on Earth probably isn’t for you.