Bel Powley is well suited to her role, as a girl raised in captivity, even though her life is a checklist of horror-movie tropes.
Ferenc Török’s lean, suggestive Hungarian feature, shot in gorgeous, high-contrast black-and-white, is a Holocaust film built, consciously or not, on a reversal of the tropes...
A 32-year-old woman (excellent Noa Koler) books a wedding hall for the last night of Hanukkah, which gives her three weeks to find a groom,...
This uncomfortably intimate documentary looks at life at a female juvenile- detention center in Tehran.
This documentary on the legendary saxophonist sticks to a conventional, dully informative format.
Nicole Kidman gives a commanding and versatile performance as Gertrude Bell, a British adventurer, archaeologist and linguist, in this Werner Herzog film.
Kate Beckinsale returns in the fifth installment of the franchise as a vampire “death dealer” wanted by both sides in a centuries-old feud.