Posts Tagged ‘biopic’
"Hidden Figures" earns its inspiration by understanding the hard-fought ways in which cultural perseverance factors into equations larger than any of us.
The best Kennedy film in 25 years fuels no conspiratorial fires but suggests our collective complicit collusion in stoking embers of the "rosy" Camelot era.
The true story of an Indian boy stranded 1,600 miles from home is both heartwarming and heartbreaking.
Not quite the imperfect perfection in which punk music so often traffics, but a film of appropriately piercing volume and knotty shape.
A multimillion-dollar movie about mistakes made to hold onto one-millionth of a profit percentage, but it mostly finds value in the right places.
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.”