Film fails to capture the scope of its hero.
(Make better biopics than César Chávez)
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Glenn Close is finally getting her dream of playing a man on the big screen. Her upcoming movie Albert Nobbs, now slated for wide release on January 27, features Close portraying a woman who dresses as a man in 19th-century Ireland in order to get a job as a butler. This has been a passion project o ... More >>
Wandering Spain with the lone wolf of Jim Jarmusch's Limits of Control.
This is not the kind of sports movie where everyone wins.
Adap nails the bleak before succumbing to the sap
Storytelling gimmicks can't save this vapid, globally conscious puzzle-film
Throwaway gags and mad obsessions energize The Science of Sleep
The King serves up a clumsy portrait of James Marsh's America
The MFAH screens nine important Mexican films
Dot the I wants to mess with your head. Yep, it's a mess all right.
Almodóvar shoots for noir and misses the mark
Remembering the movies that heated up cinemas this year
In a year when small movies came up big, picking the best was a Payne
Howard Hughes gets what he wants, in this case a fun and loving biopic
The Motorcycle Diaries explores Che Guevara's formative years
Cinema 2002 counterbalanced a treacherous world
The wretched fight their way to redemption in the awesome Amores Perros