L’Avventura, the first movement in Antonioni’s great tetralogy, remains the most haunting representation of the ennui of modern life.
Nicole Burdette’s screenplay is less concerned with engaging the spirits of the past than it is with, well, blowing hot air.
If you squint just right, you might swear your watching A General’s Daughter, Double Jeopardy, or Kiss the Girls.
Stephen Earnhart’s homespun documentary has nothing but love for its posse of trailer park denizens.
Perhaps the caliber of this rendition of Shakespeare’s classic can be measured by the extent to which one clings to hope that Romeo and Juliet aren’t really doomed.
Clockstoopers is unusually fetishistic for a film so skittish about swapping saliva.