Jones' runaway train explores the functions of the brain.
SXSW 2011: British director Duncan Jones has branched out for his second film: With three lead characters, Source Code puts him two ahead of his debut, the brain-bending sci-fi tour de force Moon, which features Sam Rockwell (and only Sam...
True story set in chilly Russia lacks heat and heart.
A drama about a group of German prisoners-of-war interned in a Soviet prison camp run by women shortly after World War II, In Tranzit is as cold, bleak and uninviting as the wintry landscape near St Petersburg. The feature debut by English...
Niki Caro bites off more than she can chew with this tale of mixed fortunes.
Exquisite design and radiant performances from two unique talents can’t quite overcome the muddled, hollow melodramatics of Niki Caro’s The Vintner’s Luck, the Kiwi director’s French/New Zealand adaptation of Elizabeth Knox’s novel. A frankly...
Clooney takes flight in a thoroughly modern epiphany tale.
A truism that’s equally applicable to personal development and air travel is that you can’t help others until you help yourself. Director Ivan Reitman explores this concept to excellent effect in his thoroughly modern epiphany tale, Up in the Air.