The City of Angels readies Wagner's mythic Ring Cycle for 2010 festival.
Many acclaimed non-English movies never make it to the big screen in the US.
These documentaries may change your dinner menu and your travel itinerary.
A new campaign asks 'What would Dumbledore do?' as the latest 'Harry Potter' movie hits the screens.
Michael Moore's latest, along with a spotlight on films from Tel Aviv, brings out the protesters, while others swoon over Clooney.
Audrey Tautou captures the designer's fierce spirit in this better-than-average biopic.
Riff on over-the-top blaxploitation genre will have you laughing hard.
Max's imagination lets loose in this engrossing tale based on Maurice Sendak's children's classic.
The latest in a series of 'Cities of Love' movies that doesn't do New York proud, despite the all-star cast.
A battle of wills plays out in this sharp retelling of English football manager Brian Clough's brief tenure at Leeds United.
A spare, chilling post-apartheid tale of retribution that morphs into something more complex.
Despite the credible lineup of acting talent, the comedy falls embarrassingly flat.
A coming-of-age story about a precocious schoolgirl whose new older boyfriend turns out not to be all that he seems.
The Coen Brothers' latest contribution is a deeply bleak comedy about a college professor whose life unravels before him.
Michael Moore's amorphous, told-you-so attack is short on remedies.
In a small Texas town, a shrinking violet played by Ellen Page finds her bliss when she discovers roller derby.
In a world where everyone is excruciatingly truthful, a chubby writer played by Ricky Gervais finds the ability to lie – with spectacular results.
This John Keats biopic is sensuously mounted – and still remarkably grounded.
This intimate film weaves multiple plots of ordinary lives and loves.
Steven Soderbergh offers a zany take on corporate malfeasance.