Posts Tagged ‘Naomi Watts’
A well-intentioned film about the nuances of grief, "Demolition" tries its best to avert cliches but is largely unsuccessful.
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The third film in the "Divergent" series is a letdown, a repetitive switchback in which yet another faction makes the same mistakes as the last one.
It may be a cut-rate ripoff of "The Hunger Games," but I still prefer the "Divergent" series for its mixture of fun and danger.
"While We're Young" is a surprisingly rich film about living life, dealing with the inevitability of age and, by proxy, death.
Simultaneously very funny and very thoughtful, "While We're Young" may just be writer/director Noah Baumbach’s most mature work to date.
It may be derivative as hell. But "The Divergent Series: Insurgent" is quite a bit of fun and a little bit dangerous.
Bill Murray gives a career-best turn as a sour pill of a man who doesn't secretly have a heart of gold, and even if he did, he drowned it in booze long ago.
A brilliant performance by Michael Keaton as a washed-up movie star is undermined by his director's showy, look-at-me creative choices.
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This harrowing drama about the 2004 tidal wave takes some liberties with the facts, but it's still a tremendously compelling story.
A harrowing depiction of the 2004 tsunami that swept over much of southeast Asia, "The Impossible" is a top-drawer portrait of humans struggling to survive.
For a biopic about one of the most polarizing political figures of the 20th century, “J. Edgar” is a curiously flat affair.
A curiously flat biopic that uses shadowy whisperings about J. Edgar Hoover's personal life to paint a skewed portrait of his public one.