The Water Diviner
Russell Crowe's directorial debut, a drama about a man trying to save three sons who disappeared at the battle of Galliipoli, wants to be a…
A remembrance of the writer's friend Gus Murphy, a.k.a. Timothy Patrick Moynihan, son of Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, and quite a character.
This racially charged domestic drama about a custody battle over a mixed-race child is painfully honest but also painful—and not in a good way.
Half submarine picture, half heist movie, Black Sea is an excruciatingly grim yet thoroughly pleasurable thriller.
Essentially "American Beauty, Italian Style," but with a scrambled timeline, this ensemble piece about troubled upper-middle class strivers is slick, confident and rather empty.
Blackhat, starring Chris Hemsworth as a buff computer hacker, is a preposterous thriller made genuinely thrilling by director Michael Mann.
The first Unloved of 2015 tackles Michael Mann's "Public Enemies".
Matt Zoller Seitz appeared on CNN on January 3, 2015 to discuss "Life Itself" and Roger Ebert.
It's quite good, for what it is. But it's that "for what it is" part that proves slightly troublesome.
Filmmaker Mike Leigh's biography of the landscape painter J.M.W. Turner is what critics call "austere"—which means it's slow and grim and deliberately hard to love—yet it's fascinating, and the performances and photography are outstanding.
The new version of "Annie" is fashionably artificial and not very well directed, but its unabashed good cheer is very welcome.