Cannes Film Review: ‘The Angel’

An attractive but shallow portrayal of an attractive, shallow serial killer, based on a real-life, baby-faced murderer in 1970s Argentina. “Doesn’t...

Film Review: ‘In Her Place’

March 30, 2015 5:01PM PT An acutely observed psychodrama from sophomore helmer Albert Shin, powered by three sterling performances. An...

TV Review: ‘The Killing,’ The Final Season on Netflix

“The Killing” didn’t necessarily deserve an ending after its third-season cliffhanger, but the one-time AMC series — which went from sensation to scorned in...

Film Review: ‘The Guilty’

“Tom Hardy in ‘Locke’ meets Halle Berry in ‘The Call'” sounds like the kind of absurd pitch you’d hear from an over-zealous fictional producer...

Film Review: ‘Dukhtar’

March 30, 2015 3:28PM PT A mother in Pakistan’s tribal north flees with her daughter rather than let her become a child bride...

Cannes Film Review: ‘Ash Is Purest White’

“Ash Is Purest White,” Chinese auteur Jia Zhangke’s most serious foray into the gangster genre since “A Touch of Sin,” is a winding tale...

Film Review: ‘Baja’

April 10, 2018 10:00AM PT Four teens head south of the border for some very mild misadventures in Tony Vidal's heavily chaperoned teen...

TV Review: ‘I’m Sorry,’ From Andrea Savage

The comedian is very funny — but do we really need another sitcom about the private life of an indie comedian in Los Angeles?

Film Review: ‘High Society’

March 28, 2015 12:18PM PT A nuanced character study of a working-class girl suddenly thrust into an upscale, sophisticated milieu.

TV Review: ‘Little Women’ on PBS

When the three hours of PBS’ “Little Women” finally draw to an end, it feels less like a coming-of-age saga than a mystery. How...

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