Review of Gia Coppola's directorial debut Palo Alto, starring James Franco, Emma Roberts, and Jack Kilmer. Out in Ireland on October 17th, 2014.
David Fincher polishes most (if not all) of the rough edges of Gillian Flynn's novel to deliver an engaging and engaged who/why/howdunnit.
Not as original as it thinks nor as funny as it needs to be, the decidedly mediocre Life After Beth coasts by on Aubrey Plaza's charm.
An intriguing setup and a solid lead in Denzel Washington can't quite help The Equalizer overcome its more generic action leanings.
Cronenberg turns his focus on his own industry, and in doing so delivers a biting, twisted and riveting take on family and fame.
In spite of an output of fluctuating quality, there is still something inherently comforting in sitting through the opening credits of a new Woody Allen movie. Since Annie Hall (1977), that unmistakable white serif font (Windso...
A Nightingale Falling is a fine film, and a testament to what can be achieved on a small budget.
Nicole Kidman has to wake up and re-learn how miserable her life is every single day. Efficiently twisty but unremarkable.
With a winning cast, gorgeous food on hand and simple themes, The Hundred-Foot Journey offers a sumptuous fusion menu.
Brendan Gleeson tries to salvage the fate of a Newfoundland fishing village by mostly being a terrible person. Funny-ish.