Former 007 Pierce Brosnan plays an ex-CIA agent brought back for another mission in “November Man.”
Forget Bogart — the actress was her own better half, as demonstrated by a pair of movies from her prime.
REVIEW: “As Above, So Below” mashes up horror, mystery and adventure movies, but it’s more unpleasant than scary.
“Life of Crime” boasts a great cast, but plays tamer than the best Elmore Leonard-inspired movies.
‘Life of Crime’ while entertaining in parts, is flat and sluggish. ‘Frank’ is quirky and utterly engaging.
REVIEW: A young car-crash victim hovers between life and death in “If I Stay,” a first-love tear-jerker that could have aimed higher.
A new horror pic by the St. Paul-raised brothers was shot underground in Paris. Waaaay underground.
He is best remembered for directing 1982’s “Gandhi.”
“A Dame to Kill For” is brutally stylish, but devolves into a pointless muddle.
This weekend, there’s one last chance to catch all 24 hours of “The Clock” at Walker Art Center.
“Frank” is weird, wonderful and best of all, truly original.
Pierce Brosnan's Devereaux is no Bond in this humorless, bloody, throw-away spy thriller.
Projects galore keep the multifaceted actor on his toes.