A train engineer's take on retirement slips into the absurd in this surreal Norwegian comedy from director Bent Hammer.
Carlos Saura's documentary on the 'blues' of Portugal showcases a string of marvelous performers including the great Amália Rodrigues herself.
Pumped-up sequel still manages to turn a magical idea into an uninspired theme park.
Set in postapocalyptic 2018, this latest installment of the 'Terminator' franchise with Christian Bale leading the resistance fighters is as intense and complex as ever.
The dogs have left their marks on the bottom panes of the kitchen window.
Band-jumping leads to some bright, sometimes unorthodox, pairings.
Swiss village where Sherlock Holmes's archenemy meets his end readies for flood of fans May 22.
Ringside seats for a new Tolkien movie, Jane Yolen's latest poetry book for children, a preview of Fox's fall dramedy, 'Glee,' and more.
The Monitor’s language columnist muses on whether the outlaw metaphor for economic innovators is still apt.
Atom Egoyan's film tackles terrorism and anti-Arabism all within the complex folds of family life.
The elegant spring vegetable needs only the simplest dressing when eaten farm-fresh and lightly cooked.
Tilda Swinton is in high-drama mode in this complex kidnapping story that plays tone-deaf on many levels.
This sequel to "The Da Vinci Code" keeps the dour tone as Tom Hanks steps in to thwart a plot against the Vatican from a secret society bent on revenge.
Jennifer Aniston plays a workaholic sales rep in this off-kilter romance with an unintended creepy side.
The Monitor's language columnist considers the swashbuckling vocabulary of piracy.