The political intrigue around the 1979 assassination of South Korean dictator Park is retold in this sometimes slow but still gripping thriller.
Room 237 promises to take you into the hidden world of Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.
Kerouac’s iconic story of post-war restlessness finally makes it to the screen, in a good, but pale version in comparison to its source.
This Irish comedy/slasher film needs to go back to the drawing board, find some originality, a better villain, and actual comedy in the “humorous” half of the film.
Highlighted by a funny, sometimes quirky performance by The Social Network’s Jesse Eisenberg, Why Stop Now is an interesting comedy worth checking out.
This teen romance vampire spoof shows a lot of potential for its young filmmaker, but it will only appeal to a limited audience.
The Decoy Bride is funny, romantic, predictable and absolutely devoid of originality. If it weren’t for the charm of Kelly MacDonald and likeability of David Tennant, the film would fall flat.
A Bag of Hammers is an uneven indie comedy with a lot of heart that is still, in the end, an enjoyable film.
It’s About You transcends being a simple documentary about John Mellencamp and becomes a beautiful portrait of Americana.
This apocalyptic romance is too pretentious for its own good, but Eva Green and Ewan McGregor do a fine job as the two star-crossed lovers.