Posts Tagged ‘Philip Seymour Hoffman’
Mercifully shorter than its predecessors, “Mockingjay” nonetheless has a low thrills-to-doldrums ratio, with really only one action sequence to carry momentum.
From what was an uncannily great year for movies, Nick picks his 25 favorites of 2014.
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" is pretty much more of the same, if you like that sort of thing.
The sequel to the YA smash hit is curiously emotionless and turgid, wallowing in exposition until the arrows start flying.
Audiences and critics didn't quite know what to make of "The Master," but it's an ambitious if flawed piece of cinematic grandiosity.
Despite a slightly odd bit of casting, this ode to dysfunction, insecurity and endless politics among performers hits all the right notes.
In our new podcast, Austin Lugar and Christopher Lloyd attempt to puzzle out the hidden meanings -- if any -- behind the grandiose but head-scratching "The Master."
Inevitability is a quality that may work when it comes to winning elections, but it turns otherwise promising political films into cinematic also-rans.