While special effects minus monsters are a joy to behold, "Gravity" lacks gravitas.
Just what mìngyùn, or fate, lies China's future, no Westerner can pinpoint.
Turning the outsourcing paradigm upside down makes for subversive science fiction.
Nathalie Grenon and Piero Sartogo have helped change the "look" of Rome's faith.
A bumper crop has slashed prices on Italy's most delicious commodity: truffles.
There's no proof anyone serves lasagna in the afterlife, but if so, it'll be toweringly good.
In 1925, Mikhail Bulgakov riffed off a botched operation to slice into communism.
Walking Sweden's rugged King's Trail can bring out the soul's inner Melville.
Rachel Joyce's "Perfect," set in the 1970s, takes two tiny seconds for a troubling ride.
Sometimes true love can "err" on the quieter side of all things spectacular.
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