Is this a must own for fans or nothing more than a campy early-1990s action picture?
This award-winning independent American film shot in India in 2006 finally has a well-deserved home video release.
Is this the best Trek film of all time or is it the first real disappointment of 2013?
New independent documentary is a touching look at an activist and his life.
This documentary looks at one troupe’s production of an all-time great opera.
Clouzot’s wartime entertainment is a ball of thriller-as-comedy.
Considered one of the greatest Japanese films ever made by its country’s critics, cinephiles in the West now have an opportunity to view this overlooked classic.
The Great American Novel gets its first big screen adaptation in nearly four decades.
Documentary looks at the importance of women in jazz music history.
Polley’s third feature, and first documentary, is an earnest affair. And yet…
Wheatley’s follow-up to his 2011 triumph, Kill List, is nearly as twisted, and sharply hilarious.
The collection might be of more interest to historians than cinephiles, but parents of any stripe can still learn a lot from these postwar shorts.
Fontaine’s pain is our gain.
Is this the best Marvel film to date?
The director’s follow-up to his epic drama, Carlos, may be one of his most intriguing pictures.
New indie thriller will be interesting counter-programming for those not ready for the summer film season to start.