Ralph Fiennes heroic updating of Shakespeare's late study of military honor.
Glenn Close mans up.
"The real me" isn't all he's cracked up to be.
Brilliant, heartbreaking, superbly plotted –- and Iranian.
Simply delightful, using the conventions of the silent movie to restore narrative to its rightful, moving place.
Entirely missing the point of what made her historic.
A children's movie for young and old and above all the intellectually immature.
Lots of the Cold War era's world-weary moral equivalence, but without the financially risky anti-Americanism.
Isn't it better simply to live with our neuroses?
Sex addiction is no fun indeed, even in New York, New York.