Based on Graham Greene’s 1938 novel, we follow the odd relationship between a young thug on the rise in the British underground and a tea room waitress who witnesses a crime he has committed. —TIFF
What the critics are saying about this week’s theatrical releases — and a few of last week’s as well.
"Low-key and lovely," begins Manohla Dargis in the New York Times, "the independent movie Cold Weather opens with a shot of raindrops clinging
To follow up on the roundup for the first week of this year's London Film Festival, let's begin at the top of Mark Stafford and Pamela Jahn
"Any remake of a much-loved film provokes outrage, which usually turns out to be justified," writes David Cox in the Guardian. "The Boulting