Posts Tagged ‘meryl streep’
I'm of the opinion that Meryl Streep in any movie is worth the price of admission alone. But "Ricki and the Flash" is unfocused and too musical.
As a demonstration of Meryl Streep’s actorly power and intensity, you may not applaud for Ricki but you easily cheer for Streep.
Fourteen years ago, Steven Spielberg finished what Stanley Kubrick started before his death. How does "A.I. Artificial Intelligence" hold up today?
If not for a meandering third act, I'd call "The Homesman" a standout Western. Two top-notch performances still make it worthwhile.
Hilary Swank and Tommy Lee Jones give brilliant performances in this bleak rumination on brutality in the Old West.
"August: Osage County" is a splendidly acted family melodrama that too often shows its stage roots.
Chris makes his predictions for the Oscar nominations that will be announced Thursday, Jan. 16.
There's something for everyone with "The Dark Knight Rises," starring Christian Bale and Anne Hathaway and the romantic comedy "Hope Springs" with Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones on DVD & Blu-ray this week.
Worth watching just to see the way Meryl Streep nails the iconic Margaret Thatcher. There's greatness in that performance, if not the movie that contains it.
See Meryl Streep in her Oscar-winning performance in "The Iron Lady" and Emile Hirsch battle "The Darkest Hour."
A movie that contains greatness by America's greatest living film actor, though it remains a fairly standard biopic.
Britain's first and only Prime Minister is given a feature film, as well as a softer and better-looking side.
Joe and Chris talk about Harrison Ford and other big stars whose careers change gears as time creeps up.
"Rendition" — a chamber-piece cousin to the "Bourne" symphonies of destruction — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.