Posts Tagged ‘julianne moore’
The first "Kingsman" movie was a dashing send-up of the spy genre, but the sequel goes limp whenever the action scenes stop.
Two children wander and wonder 50 years apart, drawn by a quest to find themselves in this odd, occasionally enchanting film.
Despite a heaping helping of twists and turns, Suburbicon can't muster up enough genuine intrigue to make this mob thriller worthwhile.
"Kingsman: The Golden Circle" returns all the original creative team, yet somehow forgets what made the first film so great.
A smart and sharp comedy with a streak of insightful social commentary, “Maggie’s Plan” is about the conflicting choices young women face these days.
The incomparable Greta Gerwig shines in this funny, nuanced look at the choices and expectations Millennial women face.
Big-budget screen adaptations should raise the stakes the further they go on. But "The Hunger Games" limps to a needlessly drawn-out finale.
But in 1999, Altman tried something a bit unique – he directed a motion picture with a plot. One plot. One story. A comparatively small cast of characters. "Cookie's Fortune" is Altman’s funniest picture since “M*A*S*H."