Paolo Sorrentino's superb, stylish take on Italian politician Giulio Andreotti.
Fun movie about bloody work.
A boring attempt at a character study, Sissy Spacek's talent is sadly wasted.
A winning example of a triptych done right.
Meridian Collection's DVD release of the French suspense classic restores the film to its visual and sonic glory.
A so-so tale of deception in World War Two suffers from too much screeding.
Tells you nothing, but reveals everything.
The first great work of filmmaker Eagle Pennell finally gets a worthy release on DVD, opening the door for enthusiasts and new fans alike.
The ending to Breaking Upwards is inevitable, but that doesn’t make it any less emotional.
Sparse and hugely emotionally satisfying, this is one of the best of 2008.