In Time Out of Mind, now at the Ritz Bourse, Richard Gere is homeless, wandering New York City, in and out of shelters, sleeping on subways, trying to hold on to his sanity - and saving his change for beer. Director Oren Moverman, who met Gere when they w
Dark City Chestnut Hill Film Group, Woodmere Art Museum, 9201 Germantown Ave., Tuesday 7:30 p.m. (Doors open at 6:30 p.m.) $5 suggested donation. Charlton Heston makes his big-screen professional debut in this moody, artfully shot 1950 noir - a tale of a
There's a rumor going around that some high dignitary from Vatican City is coming to town, and what better way to prepare for the papal madness than to watch a few films about the pope, or cited by the pope, or connected to the spiritual leader of the Catholic Church in some substantial, cinematic way?
In Learning to Drive, Patricia Clarkson plays Wendy Shields, a lifelong New Yorker, a mother, a wife, a celebrated critic. Her husband announces that he is leaving her, and a driving instructor - a quiet, composed Indian Sikh named Darwan, played by Ben Kingsley - enters her life.
The Visit, from Chester County's resident trickster M. Night Shyamalan, is Hansel and Gretel with a shaky cam. It's a "found-footage" scare pic, a slow-build affair with a few gags, in which a teenage brother and sister hop the train from Philadelphia to spend a week in the country with the grandparents they've never met.