With Funny Games, notoriously bleak Austrian director Michael Haneke (Hidden) remakes his 1997 'intellectual horror" film, recasting it in an American context and reproducing the original’s maddening, troubling self-reflexive gestures shot for...
A dark, funny dismissal of pop culture.
Delirious is an unapologetic crime-filled fairytale set against a backdrop of starlets, desperate hangers-on and bloodthirsty paparazzi - a rags to riches tale with a bite. Les, a small time celebrity photographer, by chance meets the homeless bu...
It\'s a shame that Van Sant hasn\'t been able to imbue a slight elusiveness into the screenplay, to make it more a challenge for an audience.
16-year-old Jamal, played by first time actor Rob Brown, is a star basketball who hides his talent for writing form his schoolmates. While Jamal and his friends play ball, they`re observed by a reclusive man in a top floor apartment nearby. This...
In the end Murder By Numbers fails to ignite.
Barbet Schroeder returns to Hollywood filmmaking after his low budget digicam outing Our Lady Of The Assassins which we saw here last year, he directs Sandra Bullock as the forensic expert of Murder By Numbers.
A hollow re-imagining of a vibrant period in french socio-political history.
Matthew (Michael Pitt), a young American student, hangs out at the famous film museum, the Cinematheque Francaise, and, during the demonstrations protesting the dismissal of the Cinematheque's Director, Henri Langlois, meets Isabelle (Eva Green),...