A man’s life changes in the course of a nighttime drive from Birmingham to London in an intelligent, minimalist film directed by Steven Knight.
The latest film by Ronit and Shlomi Elkabetz, is a significant event in contemporary Israeli filmmaking, proving their talents beyond dispute.
The story in Hossein Amini's adaptation aspires to the psychological, dramatic and emotional layers of the novel, but never really reaches them.
With its archetypal plot and skillful acting, this film is an intellectually and emotionally stimulating experience.
The documentary 'The Decent One' once again brings up for debate the issue of using archival material and the difficulties in perpetuating the memory of the Third Reich and the Holocaust.
Based on the true story of a town where dancing and music is forbidden, this engaging movie is not one of the director's best.
If there’s one contemporary Hollywood actress who can keep a serious face while simultaneously winking at the audience, it’s Scarlett Johansson.
Scarlett Johansson is transformed into a superwoman in an action film that takes an ironic view of sexual politics.
The cleverly made 'Generation War' miniseries turns the memory of wartime Germany into a popular entertainment legend, without referring to thornier issues.
Hoffman's performance as a disheveled agent in Anton Corbijn’s 'A Most Wanted Man’ highlights the strain between professionalism and frustration.