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.
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.
This stark thriller dissects the motivations of urban terrorists.
Documentary falls for advertising's first trick.
A romance between two elderly people transforms and reinvigorates their lives – but not without consequences.
Far from doom and gloom, this documentary takes an engaging look at the history of the American environmental movement.
A charming, humorous spin on the classic immigrant story, as a Palestinian mother negotiates small-town America with her teenage son.
Argentine film is a complex, ultimately confusing tale about a woman losing the plot of her own life.
A family gathering slowly reveals deeper frictions in this Japanese seriocomedy.
From the creator of "Office Space," a new workplace comedy set in a factory where management wins slightly more of our sympathy.
Two men face their past three decades after the violence of the Troubles links their lives.
Documentary follows six American mothers who find solace for their own sorrow in losing a child by helping AIDS orphans in South Africa.
A die-hard New York Giants fan is beaten up by the star player and struggles with the fallout.
Ang Lee's dramatization portrays Woodstock as a shining moment without any larger look at what was roiling the country.
Step in to the world of three master electric guitarists in this affectionate documentary about a jam session.