It’s a fine enough movie to fritter away a couple hours with, but don’t expect it to stick around in your consciousness for too long.
There’s always something new to be scared of.
It lacks some of the buzzier movies from the international festival circuit, but there’s still plenty worth seeing. Our critics weigh in on 24 offerings.
Julia Roberts and Owen Wilson star in this drama about a ten-year-old boy trying to fit in.
Meryl Streep is a fire-breathing matriarch in August: Osage County.
TimeLine Theatre gets Larry Kramer’s important The Normal Heart pumping.
Snow White is really a pretty creepy fairy tale.
After the vile Immortals, director Tarsem Singh bounces back with a comic retelling of Snow White
New reviews and notable screenings in this week’s issue.
An all-star cast flounders in Dennis Lee’s debut feature.
New films by Carlos Reygadas (Battle in Heaven), Francois Ozon (Under the Sand), Christian Petzold (Yella), Peter Greenaway (The Pillow Book), and Max Farberbock (Aimee & Jaguar).