Posts Tagged ‘julianne moore’
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.