I Live My Life is a film that lands in the lineage of the '30s films about the screwball comedy derived from marital bickering.
Not every cinematic bomb remains forgettable. Sometimes, a failure is just a gemstone in disguise that will only reveal itself well past the release date.
All of the climbers in White Tower allegorize their treks up the mountain to some extent.
While fans of the possible franchise might feel cheated, Big Hero 6 proves that Disney did the right thing by bringing Marvel into its multi-billion dollar,
Eugenio Martin's 1966 spaghetti western is a thrill ride all the way to the close, which features one of the most dramatic death scenes in the genre.
Nasty Habits tries too hard to be a Nixonian allegory set in a pseudo-convent, forcing its plot parallels onto places they don't belong.
These two Arsène Lupin pictures give viewers a glamorous look at the lives of jewel thieves, with sparkling dialogue and double-crosses abound.
There are only 364 days left until next Halloween, so get prepared to face the real horrors of the world with these ten titles.
These two versions of the minor classic character Raffles are two peas -- or pearls -- in a pod.
For a genre that rarely deviates from the cyclical and the tried and true (torture porn this time around, '70s throwback terror another), Horns is a welcome bit of weirdness.