Posts Tagged ‘alfred molina’
This quiet drama featuring Indiana-born Greg Kinnear is a tender and true portrait of what it's like to be a 13-year-old boy, or a parent of one.
It crashed and burned at the box office, but “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot” is a wry and disturbing look at the underbelly of wartime journalism.
"Strange Magic," a passion project of George Lucas, is a lifeless romp through the enchanted forest.
From what was an uncannily great year for movies, Nick picks his 25 favorites of 2014.
"Love is Strange" is like a beautiful yet unfinished painting; an enigmatic character portrait of romance with just enough untouched canvas to feel incomplete.
"Monsters University" features a lot of cool screwy monsters, the estimable vocal talents of Billy Crystal and John Goodman and not much else.
Though clearly inferior to its predecessor, "Monsters University" is still an enjoyable romp with two old, likable chums.
A powerful and journalistic look at five recent instances of people across the globe rising up against a tyrant, and the corrupting influence of power.
Nick went in with no preconceived notions about Taylor Lautner. He wasn't the only blank slate. He was just the only one not feebly trying to carry a movie.
A wondrously loopy, occasionally psychedelic animated flick starring Johnny Depp as a chameleon, and not just when it comes to the color of his pebbly skin.
The question is not so much where did this sun-baked disaster go wrong, but how anyone ever thought it would go right.