The White Ribbon is a searing motion picture that ranks among the director Michael Haneke’s best work.
None of Atom Egoyan’s efforts that followed came close to matching The Sweet Hereafter‘s brilliance.
Navigating Jarmusch’s lucid dream isn’t the difficult part; its path is lined with the familiar.
Summer Hours is a sumptuous film, even in its realistic depiction of a well-lived, bohemian life.
While none of the films sink to the level of offensiveness seen in Another Gay Movie and Another Gay Sequel, that alone isn’t much of a compliment.
Unfortunately, it’s only Kristin Scott Thomas and Elsa Zylberstein who are worthy of the praise the film seems to be getting.
Desplechin hardly ever serves up the "traditional" and "expected" in A Christmas Tale.
It looks to be a pretty strong year for the festival, so don’t feel bad about exhausting either yourself or your wallet.
Like almost all of Chabrol’s films, the suspense is so layered beneath the surface that when the climax approaches, one almost forgets what he was building toward.
Racism and bitchiness aside, Another Gay Sequel seems to lose itself along its thin premise, offering instead a cornucopia of annoying film references.