Indie filmmaker’s Hal Hartley’s Simple Men is a funny oddball journey through American suburbia.
Despite having an all around solid cast, 20th Century Fox’s The Oranges ultimately fails due to a rather weak middle act.
Criterion’s Babette’s Feast is a rich feast for the eyes. Cinephiles should not miss this poignant, beautifully filmed and acted treat.
An adventure-filled romantic fantasy, The Princess and the Pilot is a nice break from the usual anime fare.
This opulent epic gets a dazzling high definition release on Blu-ray from 20th Century Fox.
No amount of enticing visual effects can save this sappy melodrama, which seems tailor-made for tweens in search of the next fantasy saga to replace Twilight.
This wuxia twist on Romeo and Juliet is rooted in a Chinese legend, but despite the stunning visuals from director Ma Jingle, it fails to evoke the tragic romance due to bad casting and a poorly fleshed out story.
Sookie’s (mis)adventures continue in another round of this campy, sexy, blood-drenched season of True Blood, filled with so many unexpected twists it’ll give you a neck ache.
This classic comedy of the British New Wave gets a 50th Anniversary Blu-ray release from StudioCanal.
Claude Chabrol’s second feature, Les cousins, was a mirror image of his first, Le beau Serge. More successful than the former, the complex morality play that mixed elements of farce, romance, thriller, and film noir would go on to help define and vindicate the nouvelle vague.