James Franco makes ‘The Disaster Artist’ an explanation for and homage to ‘The Room,’ while directing himself to his best role.
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Though expertly acted by Michael Keaton et al., John Lee Hancock’s ‘The Founder’ is a fairly prosaic parable of the capitalist id run amok.
Pablo Larrain’s ‘Jackie’ is a thrilling narrative and thematic arabesque; featuring Natalie Portman’s best performance, it’s a biopic for haters of biopics.
There will be two performances by contemporary actors playing the iconic director in the next couple of months.
‘J. Edgar’ plays it too safe and comes across more as matter of fact, than matter of interest.
The critics love Michelle Williams, but they are not as enthusiastic about the film as they frequently use the word “shallow.”
Eastwood pulls out all the stops for this one.