A year after seeing the Jenna Fischer comedy at the Seattle Film Festival, my affection grows for this story of a widow whose sorrow comes not from her dead husband but a life she didn't really want.
As wild and at times as erratic as some of his best known characters, John Turturro's survey of Neapolitan music is a rousing celebration of the region's diversity that's eager to please, if only it doesn't wear you out first.
After threatening to break out as a big star for years, Dominic Cooper finds the role to do it with as a body double who must break free from his liege, Uday Hussein. Did we mention he plays both roles?
The title of his latest film may be the most sexually provocative yet, but it's a sense of restraint that benefits Joe Swanberg's latest (with co-director Adam Wingard) most.
The latest from the Spanish auteur behind genre mashups such as "800 Bullets" and "El Crimen Ferpecto" finds a home under the big top with this insane and insanely funny dark comedy about dueling clowns.
After plunking down $20 as requested by the filmmaker, a review of Kevin Smith's controversial and allegedly penultimate film and a recap of the Q & A at the New Beverly where the writer/director discussed how Samuel L. Jackson almost was cast in the thriller, his interactions with the virulently homophobic Westboro Baptist Church and why he prays before every flight.
An avowed Lars von Trier hater comes to terms with the masterwork that's his latest as the director comes to terms with the end of the world.
Far from the real world, the scares in the directorial debut from a Guillermo Del Toro protege are underscored by the cold reality of modern priorities and carried out by dental-dining terrors.
While one Guillermo Del Toro-produced thriller asks audiences this week to not be afraid of the dark, another, which was a favorite on the festival circuit, is a frightening proposition for all the senses.
The latest documentary from the director of "Hoop Dreams" is another undeniably powerful look at inner-city Chicago, this time centering on a group of ex-gang members who try to prevent others from following in their footsteps.
Two of cinema's great enigmas in recent years join forces for an expectedly strange but effective thriller about an alleged terrorist's story of survival following his escape from an America prison camp.
A mashup of an old school detective story with freshly minted special effects, the new adventure from Hong Kong action master Tsui Hark is thrilling when it's not so eyepopping it becomes a blur.