The story of the fall of the Golden Spruce is told poetically in this documentary
Adaption of novel is a change of pace for the director of Amélie.
When it comes to the new Star Wars movie, the latest trailer begs the question if you’re feeling the force and joining the light side.
World Food Day takes place October 16. Two documentaries address the worldwide crisis: Every Three Seconds and Growing Cities
Brosnan returns to the screen to show that you don’t need the name Bond to make a good spy flick.
Mourning the end of Fantasia? Perhaps this will make the situation worse.
In the hands of a Korean director, dystopic graphic novel becomes a visual tour de force.
Austrian horror gem about the Alps shares a few things in common with John Carpenter’s The Thing, but then gets much, much better.
B-film fans will enjoy the low budget sets, mediocre acting, and gruesome effects in the latest film from Sinister Cinema.
Beautiful film about fracking project on Anticosti Island uses National Geographic style imagery to send an SOS rather than facts.
B-film featuring Gina Carano starts off well, but drags on too long.
Jodorowky’s Dune captures the drama of the movie that never was — a star studded cast, outstanding art talent, a sound track by Pink Floyd… and its spectacular failure.
Beautiful to look at but lacking any depth, Divergent is best for filling the time between Hunger Games installments.
Lasse Hallström’s return to Swedish cinema marred by clichés and focused on interpersonal drama rather than action.
Don’t be fooled by the title. This thoughtful film follows a Frankfurt banker as he reflects on the global economy and its impact on the world through details of his life and career.
Odd Thomas failed to impress with its contradictory protagonist, poor direction, and made-for-television effects.