Paul Solet’s endearingly lunkheaded thriller resembles “Reservoir Dogs,” with an actual dog.
Peter Berg’s film dramatizes a familiar story and stands as a work of popular narrative for an age of corporate impunity.
Diego Luna’s “Cesar Chavez” reconstructs the emergence of the United Farm Workers organization in the 1960s and focuses on the movement’s leader, who died in 1993.
In the action-comedy “RED 2,” retired agents and mercenaries aren’t content to kick back; they load their guns to save the world from nuclear disaster.
John Malkovich, who starred in a film version of “Les Liaisons Dangereuses,” has directed a French-language production of the English-language play.
The backers of a new film about the Mexican-American activist Cesar Chavez are largely avoiding the overriding Latino issue of the moment — immigration reform.
“The Giacomo Variations,” starring John Malkovich, pairs scenes from the memoirs of Giacomo Casanova with arias from Mozart’s operas.