This delightful update of Marivaux’s 17th century comedy of manners will have a limited theatrical engagement in the U.S. on Bastille Day.
This first pre-purchased Korean nuclear disaster thriller film from Netflix will keep viewers on the edge of their seats.
This Netflix Original Korean sci-fi thriller borrows from ‘Inception’, but is missing one major component — writer/director Christopher Nolan.
The beautifully done family film treats the subject of autism deftly while also adding in a sweet touch of romance.
The A-List cast can’t rescue this wayward French comedy.
The new documentary ‘On the Map’ delves into how the 1977 Israeli basketball team awoke a nation.
Krzysztof Kieślowski’s ‘Dekalog’ is epic and moving, and still holds all of its original power, now in newly restored editions courtesy of Janus Films.
‘Fatima’ is a small but powerful film that’s apposite to the world’s issues in an immediate way.
Despite a couple of missteps, brooding Scandinavian horror film ‘Shelley’ signals a promising start for young director Ali Abassi.
An aristocrat who thinks she can sing but really can’t is what this new witty French comedy ‘Marguerite’ is all about.