DINOSAUR answers that musical question about the latest Woody Allen film: How does it compare to his previous homicidal morality plays?
Andy Klein has a personal interest in “The Nightmare,” a new documentary that explores the all-too-real bad dreams that plague people with sleep paralysis.
Quentin Dupieux’s latest is really wacky but almost always entertaining, particularly if you, like Andy Klein, can’t get enough of universes that are nestled like Russian dolls.
Andy Klein says the hero is a little less vile than the villains in “Hyena,” a gritty new British gangster film in the hard-edged tradition of “Brighton Rock,” “The Long Good Friday,” and “Layer Cake.”
Andy Klein looks at “1915,” a new film timed to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide. The multi-layered tale is part historical drama, part mystery, and part horror story.
Andy Klein reviews the oddball “Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter,” in which the title character takes the Coen brothers at their word and goes on a quest to find that suitcase of cash. You know the one.
Campus rape documentary “The Hunting Ground,” like its predecessor “The Invisible War,” explores a world where official responses to sexual assault have little to do with protecting the victim. Andy Klein finds it all very depressing … and infuriating.
Andy Klein takes a look at reanimation thriller “The Lazarus Effect,” which offers a nod to “Frankenstein” but feels ridiculously familiar. Still, the movie draws you in, thanks to the charm of players like Mark Duplass and Olivia Wilde.
Andy Klein says that, with the sex from the book curtailed, “Fifty Shades of Grey” has nothing remotely interesting left to show. Which didn’t stop the movie from raking in the dough, but probably explains why it’s so boring.
Andy Klein says that, as with any anthology movie, the quality of the six stories in Argentina’s “Wild Tales” varies. But all of the mostly funny vignettes in this Foreign Film Oscar nominee are clever and worth watching.