Author-director Stephen Chbosky entrances audiences with intriguing characters in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Despite its strong cast, Clint Eastwood’s Trouble with the Curve misses the mark.
Pete Travis’ Dredd 3D shines with a tight script, complex characters and stellar editing.
Though it maintains basic genre conventions, House at the End of the Street provides a welcome alternative to average horror films.
Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel entertains fashion-lovers with an in-depth look into the life of Vogue editor Diana Vreeland.
Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film, The Master, entertains audiences with knockout performances and controversial themes.
With its talented cast and overbearing subplots, Jane Linden’s 10 Years fluctuates between average and noteworthy cinema.
Samsara, the latest film from Baraka director Ron Fricke, relies on stunning imagery to create a visual narrative.
A talented cast and enchanting visual design don’t disguise The Word’s poor structure and overabundance of themes.
By trying to incorporate too many genres, Little White Lies delivers a messy production.