Posts Tagged ‘movie review’
Mumblecore with an emotionally resonant center, "Table 19" is a fun and smart little film celebrating the screw-ups and the outcasts.
Less a story of romantic love than love of country, this excellent drama based on history shows the noblest side of patriotism.
A spare, wordless animated feature about a man trapped on an island by a mysterious giant red turtle.
A fine science fiction drama, more contemplative and imaginative than we usually see. But a Best Picture Oscar nominee?
Can the Lego team sustain a parody of a tiresome superhero without it becoming tiresome itself? The answer is: Mostly.
I read that Dakota Johnson used whiskey to shoot the sex scenes in “Fifty Shades Darker.” After watching the movie all I can say is: Where’s ours?
Reviews of all five Oscar-nominated Short Films — Live Action.
“Julieta” is a minor work in Pedro Almodóvar’s filmography of complex, nuanced female characters, but still a worthy one.