Posts Tagged ‘julianne moore’
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."
“Still Alice” is one of the most life-affirming movies I’ve ever seen. There is beauty and truth in that aching.
Mercifully shorter than its predecessors, “Mockingjay” nonetheless has a low thrills-to-doldrums ratio, with really only one action sequence to carry momentum.
"Seventh Son," starring Jeff Bridges, is a serviceable sword-and-sorcery movie that offers just enough for genre fans.
A challenging yet compelling film that casts a subdued light on a terrible disease without softening its devastating effects.
A reasonably engaging thriller, "Non-Stop" shows that older action stars can still get it up in the air.
A mash-up of recent action/thriller tropes, "Non-Stop" is an agreeable if preposterous vehicle for Liam Neeson's crusty persona.
The tale of a latter-day lothario who gets wised up, "Don Jon" is a raunchy, bold first directorial effort by star Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
While the original "Carrie" is an essential horror film, this year's remake is an essential high school drama that happens to have horror elements.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut about an Italian stallion with a secret is mostly middling but has a few pleasant surprises.
After 20 years in front of the camera, Joseph Gordon-Levitt clearly has something to say behind one.