Posts Tagged ‘nick rogers’
For all of the momentum and promise it shows in the early going, "The Marked Ones" more or less ends up marking time for this franchise's moronic mythology.
A dishonest character choice sets "Scarface" back, but it's still a bleakly funny, compulsively watchable template for the criminal deconstruction of the American Dream.
Nick picks the best, worst and beyond from 2013's cinematic cornucopia.
This look at the making of "Mary Poppins" is the charming confection you expect it might be, but here, spoonfuls of salt make the medicine go down.
Ever wondered what it's like to listen to film critics as they debate their annual awards? You can go behind the scenes to hear Indiana journalists debate Best Film.
With unexpected humanism and a dynamic Al Pacino performance, "Carlito's Way" remains the best film of Brian De Palma's compelling, often confounding, career.
With literary elegance, two perfect performances and a powerful erotic charge that’s explicit but not exploitative, this French epic is one of the year's best.
Like all of Ray Bradbury's greatest works, it shines a harsh light on the true cost of shame, greed, vanity, anxiety and other very human fears.