The small theater was “treading water financially” in the face of increased competition on the art-house circuit.
The Italian drama ‘Human Capital’ is an attractive, ultimately facile morality tale for the post-Madoff age.
‘Girlhood’ packs a powerful punch in its depiction of teenagers living in a working class suburb of Paris.
‘Focus’ pairs Will Smith and Margot Robbie in a stylish, sunny, utterly preposterous caper comedy.
The backstage show business satire captured four awards — including best picture — to emerge as the big winner.
Ann Hornaday, Michael Sullivan and Stephanie Merry vote for their favorites.
CRITIC’S NOTEBOOK | As filmgoers become obsessed with truth-squading, the actual art of cinema is getting lost.
“The DUFF” wants to be a female-empowerment high school fable, but it whiffs it.
The case for the Richard Linklater-helmed piece.
“She’s Beautiful When She’s Angry,” about Second Wave feminism, reminds us why we need a Third.