Posts Tagged ‘biopic’
First, Margot Robbie went to Gotham. Now, she could be going to the 100 acre wood. Margot Robbie is working on a deal to be A.A. Milne’s better half, Daphne, for a biopic that has been named “Goodbye Christopher Robin.” A.A. Milne is the man who came up with the world’s favorite bear, Winnie The […]
Even as it gets stuck between stations, “Joy” is an engaging — and, at the right moments, enraging — tale of both perseverance and the psychology of purchasing.
Although cartoonish qualities sometimes belie its confidence, “The Walk” stands solidly on its own as a thoughtful, crowd-pleasing complement to “Man on Wire.”
A technically magnificent, frighteningly immersive and solidly acted drama about the irresistible force of commerce meeting Mother Nature's immovable object.
It evokes a driving, constant beat that will keep you invested in the music and especially in the quintet of artists who rode it into a nation’s consciousness.
First, Tom Hiddleston was a super villain. Now, he’s a country music superstar! Tom Hiddleston takes on the role of Hank Williams for his biopic, “I Saw The Light.” The movie will go through Hank’s climb to fame, heartbreaking personal life. Hank was 29 when his his heart stopped due to complications from his alcohol and prescription drug […]
The movie doesn't feel phony, but it beats an unexpected retreat to safety — a solace far beyond the gaze of the greatness “Compton” gives you at the outset.
The turbulent and tragic life and death of soul singer Amy Winehouse is laid bare with shocking clarity in "Amy," a new documentary biopic directed by Asif Kapadia.
"The Imitation Game" is a gripping drama that doesn't let the audience off the hook for history's terrible treatment of Alan Turing.
Disabuse yourself of the "automatic awards contender" notion, and simply enjoy this peppy, punchy, poignant and powerfully acted surprise from Tim Burton.
The James Brown story does everything most other musician biopics do, but none of them does it better than "Get On Up."
Spielberg to direct movie on the life and career of M. Night Shyamalan.
Peter Berg's appropriately harrowing, horrifying and humbling war film only goes Hollywood after running an unshakably exhausting gauntlet of authenticity.
In "This Boy's Life," Leonardo DiCaprio's leading-role debut, he acts as if announcing his career's mission statement — indicative of inevitable stardom.