There was something refreshing about Menahem Golan’s refusal to recognize the difference between highbrow and lowbrow, between the classics and popular literature.
Inspired by a true story and with a range of eccentric characters, Lenny Abrahamson’s new film works, even if we don't always know why.
In 'Kicking out Shoshana,' mobsters force a football star to pretend to be gay, with unbelievable results.
Lucia Puenzo's new film offer a crude plot driven by ugly sensationalism.
A summer blockbuster with a smart screenplay and thrilling visual design, 'Dawn of the Planet of the Apes' offers a grim view of life today.
From opposition to the military junta to imprisonment on a desert island and smuggling his films to France. Pantelis Voulgaris, one of Greece’s greatest directors, tells of his life’s work: chronicling his country’s cultural, political and social issues.
The Writer-director has lofty aspirations for his latest collection of interweaving stories, but all he produces is morose encounters of the 'Third' kind.
Henry-Alex Rubin's overlapping storylines are weakened by the film's didactic nature.
The troupe, which combined the sophisticated and vulgar best of British humor, hasn't performed publicly for 40 years.
Haaretz's film critic marks 100 years since The Great War by looking back at the movies that defined a generation and gave birth to cinema.