Set in the Japanese city, this triptych of short films on the theme of loneliness and social withdrawal achieves some uneven success.
The Burning Plain
Though structurally troubled, this directorial debut from Guillermo Arriaga is a gut-wrenching look at the wages of our wrongdoing.
Noah Baumbach's latest has all of his signature snap and crackle, but with a little more sunshine and a little less spite.
David O. Russell's latest delivers a knockout blow in one of the best films of the year.
Peace, Love and Misunderstanding
This love letter to present-day Woodstock preaches love and condemns fighting, but its platitudes render it predictable and one-sided.
The Amazing Spider-Man
The new reboot is funnier and more fleshed-out than its predecessor—and at its core is an age-old story.
Making Movies Moral
William Romanowski's 'Reforming Hollywood' sets the record straight on Protestant efforts to shape Hollywood's cultural influence.
The Spectacular Now
One of the best films of the summer is about real teenagers and learning what maturity means.
A beautifully shot Polish film that won't leave you for a while after the credits roll.
You and I would never have the patience to make this movie, and make it this good.
The anti-Eucharist and a coming day of terror in this week's episode of "The Leftovers."