During the six more weeks of winter phase of a post-WWII Soviet Union, Tom Roberts’ In Tranzit chatters its teeth through the sluggish goings-on of an all female-staffed POW camp on the […]
Denis Villeneuve dives headfirst into the morass of the Lebanese Civil War in his adaptation of Wajdi Mouawad’s play, embarking on a quest for the truth that offers answers as […]
Pick a country you hate. Any really. Maybe you hate its leader. Its politics are backwards. Maybe its cuisine sucks or its flag looks like shit. Does one country spring instantly […]
If ever there was a movie to make you pine for the controlled chaos of Michael Bay, look to Fedor Bondarchuk’s Stalingrad. Sold to Western audiences on the basis of an action-packed trailer, 3D […]
Karen Shakhnazarov’s “White TIger” is an overly solemn commentary on mankind’s penchant for war that squanders an awesomely demented premise.
Yann Demange’s ’71 features another quietly intense performance by Jack O’Connell has he covers the cycle of violence during the Irish Troubles