Nothing could match Winston Churchill’s behavior as British prime minister during World War II. His defiance was legendary. ‘The Darkest Hour’ catches it.
The screenwriters somehow managed to make the character seem smaller and weaker inside a film that was supposed to be all about the Black Panther.
Yes, America, this is a story about the legacy of black pride and the civil rights struggle after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
This solid Batman film is continued proof that the problem with the DC live-action universe is more complex than simply blaming Zack Snyder or saying the films are too dark.
Clint Eastwood’s surprising choice to cast the people who were the real heroes of the Paris attack works beautifully.
Millennials like me love to complain about how much easier dating must have been for our parents and grandparents. But this film shows that finding love wasn’t exactly easy back then, either.
If you forget that Wakanda is supposed to be in East Africa, it starts to sound an awful lot like a Trumpian fantasy land.
As I watched Netflix’s ‘Before I Wake,’ I told the late-night tweeterverse how excellent I thought the film. The film’s screenwriter, Jeff Howard, messaged me in response.
‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ definitely looks like a Star Wars movie. They got that right for sure. The ships, the costumes, the settings, all of it screams a galaxy far, far away.
In 2015, three friends on a train speeding through France saved hundreds of lives by averting a terrorist attack. Now they star in Clint Eastwood’s film of their story.
‘12 Strong’ is a welcome change from the ‘We’re all to blame’ war movies that leftists in Hollywood crank out.
Here we have a bunch of cowboys conducting ancient-style warfare with the help of space technology.
The year’s notable variety of quality biopics is a trend few people noticed. These twelve are worth a second look.
Scott Cooper’s ‘Hostiles’ accepts history’s brutal realities rather than substituting political cant. Cooper is what historians used to be: one who doesn’t fashion history to fit a political agenda.
There are a lot of wonderful things I could say about other nominees, but ‘I, Tonya’ deserves to be recognized alongside them.
Netflix’s ‘Bright’ is not a movie, it’s not even a commentary—it’s a boring regurgitation of common political narratives.
‘Get Out’ has been chatted up for best picture, best actor, best director, and best film editing for Oscar nominations. The nomination lists come out January 23.
After years of living my own life, complete with very bad choices and a lot of help from loved ones, I deeply regret choosing to judge Tonya Harding for a story I only knew from TV.
Neither mother nor daughter was perfect — in fact, their lack of communication and empathy could be infuriating. But in the ways Lady Bird and Marion tried, and failed, to express love to the other, we could see ourselves.
A film adaptation of Michael Wolff’s gossip book about the Trump administration, ‘Fire and Fury,’ is almost sure to follow, probably in 2020, just in time to influence the election.
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