Posts Tagged ‘paul dano’
This complex, innovative biopic examines the life of Beach Boys genius Brian Wilson at two divergent points in his saga.
One of the year's best films, "Prisoners" is a psychological drama/thriller that is wound tighter than an alarm clock ready to go off.
This powerful look at the brutality of slavery is sure to set off emotions and conversations.
This intricately plotted mystery thriller goes continually sideways from expectations, resulting in a dark, brooding gem.
Though the story may get a little screwy toward the end, this ambitious time-traveling drama is one of 2012's most audacious films.
Election season gets down and dirty with Will Ferrell and Zach Galifianakis in "The Campaign" and Paul Dano is a struggling writer whose words come to life, literally, in "Ruby Sparks" on DVD & Blu-ray this week.
A young writer's perfect dreamgirl comes to life, and it only gets more awkward from there.
Instead of kitschy fun, we get a Western-meets-sci-fi flick that takes itself way more seriously than any movie with a title like "Cowboys & Aliens" ought to.
Audiences were unkind to "Knight and Day," Tom Cruise's most purely entertaining movie since "Jerry Maguire."
"There Will Be Blood" — P.T. Anderson's resurrection of Kubrick’s uncompromising approach — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.
In this fun summer thrill ride, Tom Cruise reminds us why we used to like Tom Cruise so much.
"Little Miss Sunshine" — which kicks up gravel on the genre road less traveled — continues Nick Rogers' look at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.