Another unsuccessful attempt at the movie that tried to identify Death with Fate and got tangled up in its own metaphysics. But several accidental demises are very cool.
The theater of raw masculinity, California biker gang style.
After Costa-Gavras, who next will indict Pope Pius XII, Oliver Stone?
Its black humor, in more senses than one, comes from the idea of a white guy learning the hard way to see the world through the eyes of a black man.
Another illustration of the melancholy truth that you can't get a quart into a pint pot -- or, perhaps, a Victorian novel into a Hollywood film.
An actorâ€™s movie -- written by his brother -- to show off the considerable talents of Philip Seymour Hoffman.
It's very hard to warm up to a musical with not a touch of innocence about it.
Noah Taylor's riveting performance as the young Hitler almost makes this a movie to see.
Even better than Jennifer Lopez as a post-feminist Cinderella whom no self-respecting sensitive male dare try to rescue is Ralph Fiennes as a Republican superstar of the New York State Assembly!
Jack Nicholson gives the performance of his career.