Another exercise in politically progressive moral earnestness by John Sayles.
Charming ''counterfactual'' history, cleverly written and competently acted, about Napoleon and a woman who loves him becomes she's certain he's not the Emperor.
Hollywood really ought to give William Blake more credit as one of the earliest exponents of the idea of the Church as moral oppressor and manufactory of sexual guilt.
Zoe goes from being a party girl that the guys donâ€™t call next day to one of the feminist legends of the West.
Another autumnal triumph from the worldâ€™s greatest living film director.
Another weird but weirdly captivating film from the Austrian director, Michael Haneke.
Perhaps it was just good taste that led some to want to suppress this latest adaptation of a Tom Clancy novel.
More proof, if proof were needed, that feminist empowerment fantasies can be dangerous to women.
Nobody could be in favor of Victorian hypocrisy anymore. So why do we continue to bash it -- and congratulate ourselves for being superior?
This somewhat ponderously philosophical movie is redeemed by several outstanding performances, particularly by Alan Arkin, America's least appreciated great actor.