An all-star cast, sentimental rom-com antics and multiple sub-plots can’t save Kirk Jones’ latest from still birth
The 2012 Cannes Film Festival kicks off with Wes Anderson’s sweet tale of runaway lovers on the cusp of adolescence
As Borat and Brüno he was the supreme scamp of ambush comedy. Now he channels Gaddafi for his riskiest venture: being kind of sweet
They meet, they fight, they’re handcuffed together. How else can two people who hate each other fall in love at a Scottish music festival?
In their eighth film together, the star and his favorite director turn the ’60s horror soap opera into a middling pastiche
They want peace. How do they get it? With belly dancers and hashish, for starters.
Eva Mendes is the cutest Bad Mother around in Patricia Riggen’s amiable but slight single mama drama
The combined forces of British acting talent is practically superhuman; like The Avengers for the senior set
In her sweetly soft-shoe directorial debut, documentarian Bess Kargman paints a portrait of ambitious young dancers in a highly competitive world
In this fitfully diverting thriller, the haunted author racks down a crafty psychopath whose crimes mimic Poe’s most gruesome stories
Forget, just for a moment, the hubbub over HBO’s Girls and Lena Dunham to consider Brit Marling, another talented 20-something who writes her own strong female leads
The new stop-motion comedy from the Aardman Studios is better than most animated films — except for most other Aardman films
Jason Segel puts a ring on Emily Blunt in the new rom-com, but it’s not funny how far away the altar is