Posts Tagged ‘drama’
Although this biopic is mostly engaging, the truth of Christopher Boyce and Andrew Daulton Lee's lives may be stranger and stronger than its historical fiction.
"Love is Strange" is like a beautiful yet unfinished painting; an enigmatic character portrait of romance with just enough untouched canvas to feel incomplete.
Despite some stellar performances from the two leads, "The Skeleton Twins" never really feels complete.
Despite a few hiccups, this touching portrayal of grief, self-destruction and healing seamlessly blends the introspective and the epic.
"The Congress," starring Robin Wright, is a psychedelic meditation on identity, ownership and free will in the digital age and beyond.
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"The House at the End of Time" is an entertaining and suspenseful puzzle whose pieces don't match the formulaic horror film pictured on the box.
A solid film in its own right, "A Most Wanted Man" will be remembered as a fitting capstone to the tragically shortened film career of Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Although slow in parts and questionably plotted, impressive scenery, an intense lead performance and a rousing soundtrack make "Metalhead" worthwhile.
A beautiful, heartfelt movie about finding redemption through simple acts of love.
"Cicada" is a remarkably funny and warm fable about the growth and transformation caused by loss.
"Obvious Child" is as honest, unadorned and quietly hopeful a romantic comedy about abortion as you'll likely ever see.
More like a journey than just a joy-buzzer jolt of action, "Léon" is the movie people mean whey they rave about "The Professional."
There are times where a movie is so endearing that it doesn’t really matter what it’s about, whether it has a driving narrative, or even what the plot is. “The Skeleton Twins” is a movie like that, where the leads (“Saturday Night Live” vets Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig) are so at ease with each […]