Natalie Portman earned her Best Leading Actress Oscar nomination for her thoughtful, layered work in the biopic about "the mother of two kids but also of the whole country."
The film adaptation of Stephen King's novel came to the masses in 1984, barely broke even at the box office, but now comes to life in high-definition.
François Ozon sets aside quirky humor for art house drama with a story about changeable hearts and uncertain truths. Quelle triste, and tres French!
The Blu-ray release of "Elle" has little more than its own strengths as a film to sell you on the home release. It's enough, and more than enough.
Perhaps the most important documentary of our generation, "Kings, Queens, & In-Betweens," the Grand Jury Prize Winner at the Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival, is available on VOD now!
Téchiné masterfully carves an atmospheric, dramatically taut film from this hash of dramatic hooks. Manhood, family, sexuality, community -- it all swirls and boils, but doesn't boil over.
Tackling the matter of the iniquitous Church of Scientology seemed the perfect subject for Theroux to tackle, as, unlike other filmmakers who have covered this already, his easygoing style lacks the anger and aggression that other investigators adopt.
"Departure" is a movie with all the delicate beauty and poetic assurance of this year's Academy Award-winner, "Moonlight," but odds are you aren't rushing out to see this one.
It may be "A Little Lust," but it was also Not Much Love, either. This well-meaning coming-out drama, which is also Veronica Pivetti's directing debut, ends up sadly as a cliched and unbelievable story.
These movies are particular to a moment in cinema, and they'll lodge in the heart of any film lover.