A slighter story than their first film but nonetheless delightful, the second film from the "Persepolis" writer/directors finds a vivid story in the waining days of a suicidal violinist.
A brilliantly structured character study of one man's descent into despair that isn't at all depressing.
If only "Mad Men" were set in post-Soviet Union Russia and experimented with LSD, it might look something like Victor Ginzburg's wildly ambitious and entertaining effects-enhanced satire.
Her finest film to date, the new film from the "Humpday" writer/director gets an infusion of movie stars such as Emily Blunt and Rosemarie DeWitt to bring out the luminosity in a crackling relationship comedy.
A crushing disappointment from the director of "American Psycho" may just be the best worst film to come down the pike in a long time.
Bringing a different perspective to a film about death row, the latest from the "Cave of Forgotten Dreams" director offers a smart (and even occasionally funny) look at the perpetual cycle of crime.
A odd beast of a film that actually delivers, the "Precious" screenwriter's directorial debut is a surprising amount of fun for a somber, surreal tale of two teen assassins who wake up to their lives during what should be a routine hit.
The "Blue Valentine" writer/director talks about the influence of film school and fatherhood on his sprawling new drama.
The filmmaker behind "Girl on the Bridge" and "Man on the Train" takes his talents to the animated realm with this mordantly amusing musical comedy about a cheerful boy born to a family of misnathropes.
The first-time writer/director discusses her fantastical satire about a young, financially strapped married couple whose discovery of a magical kettle leads them to crippling each other to climb out of crippling debt.