‘Tully,’ starring Charlize Theron, offers a universal statement about middle class families
Some posters of ‘Paddington 2’ across Israel switched the bear's iconic marmalade sandwich to a Passover-friendly equivalent
Alicia Vikander gets a chance to turn Lara Croft into an interesting, human heroine
Check out Haaretz's coverage of the main films competing in the 90th Academy Awards ceremony this Sunday, from 'Three Billboards' to 'Dunkirk'
Amid the hasty cover-up efforts depicted in the film, '1945' shows how neighbors who used to be friendly turned on their Jewish compatriots while under Nazi rule
The action is not accompanied by something that is essential for creating a real and authentic cinematic experience: the human dimension
The first spin-off of the Harry Potter series is a five-film franchise with new characters. Oscar winner Eddie Redmayne plays Newt Scamander, a young 'magizoologist'.
The gay Korean-American director talks about a venue that is sacred to some and a means of hooking up to others.
Hebrew-language Cinema of Israel site has information on 750 movies and 100 documentaries, with regular updates planned.
The direction is uninspired, the script lacks a subtext, the two lead actors are appallingly anemic, and even the vaunted chariot race disappoints.
After the firing of a big star and the departure of another, how will one of TV’s most popular crime procedurals fare in its 12th season?
This is one of the best crime movies in recent years, unfolding in a contemporary reality that seems disconnected from America, yet is of its essence.
There’s no melodrama or sentimentality in this movie from Venezuela, which is about the relationship between an older man and a street youth, but it conveys emotion in a singular way.
‘UnREAL’ proves once again that reality shows are anything but, and that the goings-on behind the scenes are what really counts
Matt Ross’ comedy-drama stars Viggo Mortensen as a father raising his six children off the grid. Although it strives for complexity, ‘Captain Fantastic’ achieves only vagueness and emotional ambivalence
The interrelations between the characters may be superficial and there’s a wearisome didactic element, but this new film contains some powerful scenes and recounts a little-known episode from the American Civil War
American director Whit Stillman and novelist Jane Austen seemed like a match made in heaven, but this period comedy-drama fails to live up to other adaptations of her works.
With Israel's most prestigious film festival set to open Thursday, here's your guide to the best local and foreign films showing throughout the week.
The actor says he associates many of Luthor's character traits with Jewish culture.
Haaretz's movie critic got a sneak preview of what he is sure will be a massive box office hit, but was left disappointed by its lack of depth, its clumsy narrative and its absolute lack of irony and self-awareness.
And how Ali G, Bruno and Borat are linked to the work of a Yale psychology professor whose research experiment was inspired by the Holocaust.
The films that will put you in the mood for Hollywood’s biggest night of the year.
John Crowley’s heartwarming ‘Brooklyn’ deals with immigration in 1950s America in a subtle, intelligent manner, and is blessed with great performances across the board.
'The Big Short' feels as though it is portraying an alternative yet dominant reality – perhaps the only reality that controls our lives and our fates.
After an intense visit to Auschwitz, Geza Rohring got closer to Judaism; the actor plays a Sonderkommando, a role that often gets criticism however, ‘the will to live becomes independent of the person.’
The American remake of an Argentinean Oscar-winning film is less complex than the original, but still offers a gripping story.
The last-minute decision by Tarzan and Arab Nasser not to allow their movie to be screened at the annual event again exposes the tensions and dilemmas Jewish and Israeli festivals face whenever the conflict in the Middle East heats up.
After years of rejecting any documentation of his life or the dance troupe he directs, Ohad Naharin finally let the camera capture the complexity of the movement language he invented and of his unique art.
A dark German comedy resurrects the Fuehrer into the 21st century and shows how Germans would receive him the second time around.
We discuss how we should punish stone-throwers, whether do-gooders have turned capitalism into a dirty word, and Natalie Portman's directorial debut.