Posts Tagged ‘emma thompson’
An ambitious, sprawling look at how we love and lust today, "Men, Women & Children" tarries when it ought ought to hurry, and moves on when it should tarry.
The British contingent at Sundance, Simon Pegg's new film and what happened to us at the awards?
This look at the making of "Mary Poppins" is the charming confection you expect it might be, but here, spoonfuls of salt make the medicine go down.
I wish there could have been a spoonful of magic while this movie and I traveled together.
BAFTA winners and losers, Nicholas Hoult and Benedict Cumberbatch's new roles and Emma Thompson gets in touch with her dark side.
"Brave" is well-crafted family entertainment. It's just that on the tall totem pole of Pixar's animated legacy, it comes in at the bottom.
Disney's latest princess takes on the role of warrior in "Brave" and Ben Stiller and Vince Vaughn take on some weird neighbors in "The Watch."
Dismissed unfairly as "the Clinton movie" back in 1998, "Primary Colors" emerges after a decade-and-a-half as a top-shelf political drama.
"Treasure Planet, " a groundbreaking but forgotten mix of traditional and CG animation, is getting a terrific 10th anniversary Blu-ray release from Disney.
"Men in Black III" gets brownie points simply for not being "Men in Black II." A reasonably engaging bit of disposable entertainment.
How did a book series that started 12 years ago become one of the highest grossing franchises in film history?
"Stranger Than Fiction" — a charming existential-concept comedy a la "Groundhog Day" — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
Just when you think all kiddie movies have puny ambitions, Nanny McPhee returns to recapture a little magic.