Posts Tagged ‘Joel Edgerton’
Scott Cooper’s new film, “Black Mass,” is a tight, well-written gangster saga that somehow left me feeling a little underwhelmed.
"Black Mass" was built to feature Johnny Depp in an unforgettable performance. At this it succeeds, but to the detriment of the total cinematic experience.
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Co-star/writer/director Joel Edgerton delivers a confidently patient, psychologically potent and wonderfully acted parable about victimization and vindication.
Ridley Scott's version of "The Ten Commandments" has no reason for existing, and we needn't bother watching it.
While the ending is a little too tidy, "Wish You Were Here" is a tight thriller anchored by a strong performance from Joel Edgerton.
Baz Luhrmann's take on the great American novel is flawed but compelling, bursting with passion missing from previous cinematic adaptations.
Oversized and ambitious, "The Great Gatsby" better captures the passions and human conflict of Fitzgerald's book than previous film adaptations.
"The Odd Life of Timothy Green" is not so much odd as it is just boring. A blu ray stocking stuffer sure to be re-gifted this holiday season.
A contrived story of a fake family, "The Odd Life of Timothy Green" feels like there's nothing at stake.
A dimwitted and mostly unscary remake of — no, prequel to — John Carpenter's 1982 horror/sci-fi classic.
Despite an early barrage of cliches, this tale of family feuds settled through fisticuffs flies by thanks to vivid fight choreography and tough performances.
Aussie director David Michod makes his arrival with one of the finest spawns of Martin Scorsese, Michael Mann or Francis Ford Coppola's seminal gangster works.