Giorgos Lanthimos's recent film "Dogtooth" captures the physical and moral damage that occurs when what is perhaps the ultimate insult is visited upon otherwise healthy human beings.
Movie review: Debra Granik's "Winter's Bone" takes viewers to the dark, shady, shadowy and sinister world of meth labs in Ozarks.
Movie review: "Micmacs" is full of amazing characters doing amazing mind-stretching things on film.
If you have never seen an anti-war Western film, I recommend you start with "Jonah Hex."
According to reviewer Jim Lane, Roman Polanski does it again with "The Ghostwriter."
Documentary gives a tender and inside look at the renowned Cuban training academy for boxing.
The 18th annual Pan African Film and Arts Festival was a U.S. showcase for independent, studio, student, foreign (especially African) political and progressive pictures.
Progressive Cinema critic Bill Meyer announces the James Agee Cinema Circle Progie Award winners from 2009.
WASHINGTON (PAI) -- We usually don't use The Washington Window as a movie review, but we're going to make an exception, and urge you to see "The Most Dangerous Man In America."
"Julie and Julia" is the most underrated movie of the year.