Hopefully the new Holocaust documentary ‘Who Will Write Our History?’ will educate millennials about what happened and could happen again.
Audiences tend to like the hero’s journey, not moviemakers who bludgeon audiences over the heads with morals and forced progressivism.
Although it seems doomed for box office failure, ‘The Kid Who Would Be King’ stands out as a children’s movie that refuses to rehash the same old lessons.
It’s not an issue with her politics––overly fawning, anachronistic, poorly paced portrayals of anyone’s life should get on your nerves.
The documentary film explores the source of the cultural silence about the deaths of new and unborn babies, and how we can get away from it to bring families healing.
‘Mary, Queen of Scots’ is as disappointing for a student of history as Netflix’s ‘Anne with an E’ is to any devoted fan of Sullivan’s true classic.
‘Bandersnatch’ is a breakthrough experiment in audience interactivity, and driving Internet obsessives to geek out over its endless potential story permutations.
‘Watership Down’ is both a deeply, fantastically imagined mythology, and an epic adventure story full of thrills and hair-breadth escapes whose appeal to all ages will never stale.
The film’s worshipful portrayal of Ginsburg as a pioneering champion of equal rights for women provides no indication of an intellectual inconsistency that would have shown her as fallibly human.
Fantasy film wizard Peter Jackson co-wrote the screenplay of this dazzling mishmash of a movie, but don’t expect another epic for the ages here.
Three decades after its debut, MST3k has legions of fans around the world, has spawned innumerable imitators and successors, and its legacy is showing no sign of slowing down.
It’s rare that a Hollywood comedy brings on subject matter consultants to get details right— and then still manages to be funny.
How a fabled film, long in the works, was ultimately released––and triumphed.
‘First Man’ has a plot, but seems to be shot at a remove from the characters, meanders without becoming involving, and has puzzling ideas about children.
‘Venom’ is the first movie in what Sony hopes to construct as a separate universe from the one where Spider-Man now hangs out with The Avengers.
It fails to rise above its genre, but ‘The Predator’ is rescued in part by the symbolism of family love, which reveals a deep emotional humanism that should have received far more praise.
The effort to make this movie somehow fit the identity politics of our age and our country have bordered on the comical.
The film establishes no significant milestones whatsoever, but it’s a much-needed island of semi-sophisticated entertainment.
‘Crazy Rich Asians’ surpassed $25 million in ticket sales in the opening weekend across both the United States and Canada, beating Mark Wahlberg’s action thriller ‘Mile 22.’
The extra ‘K’ that makes the movie’s title look ridiculous is emblematic of what’s wrong with the film as a whole: it ends up being an unnecessary and distracting detraction.
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