Martin Scorsese’s new film, ‘Silence,’ will transport you to a world you’ve never seen. Dense and difficult, but immensely rewarding—The Best Film of 2016.
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In a good-but-not-great year, G Clark cuts through the BS and highlights the films that are *really* worth your time and consideration—and some that aren’t.
Mel Gibson returns from exile with Hacksaw Ridge: a stirring masterpiece about how a man’s religious convictions helped him accomplish real-world miracles.
Jean-François Richet’s ‘Blood Father’ lands with a thud, but is nearly saved by the star power and colossal talents of the singular Mel Gibson.
G Clark Finfrock briefly surveys the theme of religion in cinema.
A pre-emptive look at the people, movies, moments, and anything else unlikely to receive the credit (or derision) they deserve in 2011.
Brief reviews of ‘Mad Max’ and ‘Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father’
If the rest of 2011 is this good then we are in for a treat.
Here’s a challenge – see ‘The Beaver’ while trying not to think of its real life parallels. It would be worth seeing even if it did not have any.
I was excited when it was my turn to write this column for May. The start of the summer season, lots of great movies to be jazzed about… or so I thought. Bridesmaids, definitely. Thor, not so much. Find out about which movies are most anticipated in May.
Cannes anticipation, ‘The Beaver’ works, trailers for ‘Last Night’ and ‘Beautiful Boy’…
Jodie Foster is hoping you can forgive Mel Gibson and see her film. Will his sympathetic protagonist help him have a comeback?
Joaquin’s next project, Mel Gibson for Oscar?, another rave for ‘Social Network,’ new pic from ‘Deathly Hallows’…