Will Noah reviews two of the more uneven entries in this year's New York Film Festival.
Ingrid Nelson takes a personal look at the sequel to the animated 2009 critical and commercial hit.
David Beal reviews Joel and Ethan Coen's latest shaggy dog odyssey, set in New York City's early-60s folk scene.
Olivia Domba reviews Hayao Miyazaki's latest - and final - film, The Wind Rises, from this year's New York Film Festival.
Will Noah reviews Claire Denis' pitch-dark noir, playing at this year's New York Film Festival.
Nick Lieberman takes a look at Alain Guiraudie's new art thriller playing at this year's New York Film Festival.
Caleb Oldham reviews Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin's classic documentary, now streaming on Hulu Plus.
Maria Giménez Cavallo reports back to Double Exposure on four films from Paris: Dans la maison, Renoir, Hiver Nomad, and La Religieuse.
Alexander Tsebelis reviews Brooklyn's hidden gem of a theater, The Spectacle.
At this year's New York Film Festival, Will Noah travels over the foothills of Nepal and through the bars and cafes of Seoul, before winding up in a classroom at one of America's most storied universities.