Posts Tagged ‘Toni Collette’
Easily the best animated film of 2014, "The Boxtrolls" is a wonderful, whimsical — and very British — ride through childlike imagination.
This new stop-motion animation gem is a little bit dark, a little bit daffy and a whole lot British.
Melissa McCarthy's winning screen presence nearly carries "Tammy," but this raunchy comedy needed a few more spins through the screenplay wash cycle.
Nicole Holofcener's sharply observant comedy/drama takes a look at how older, injured lovers do the dance of romance.
This splendidly acted and observant romantic comedy-drama shows what love actually looks like when you're not watching a movie.
Surprisingly subtle within a genre steeped in sap, this summer vacation dramedy is often refreshingly reserved, but it also proves that less isn't always more.
Great performances by Anthony Hopkins and Helen Mirren push "Hitchcock" beyond an amusing bauble about the great film director.
Have a taste for "The Hunger Games"? Catch Josh Hutcherson in "The Forger" on DVD & Blu-ray, as well as Toni Collette in the quirky "Jesus Henry Christ."
The 1970's was a time of dark thrillers, one-man action missions and horror-genre solidification. Taken out of context, this era's classic films have been reworked into hollow remakes.
"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.
"In Her Shoes" — a deeply felt, richly written, marvelously cast family drama — continues Nick Rogers' daily look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.