Guillermo del Toro’s ‘The Shape of Water’ is an exquisitely-acted, gorgeous film that introduces thematic threads it never satisfactorily follows.
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With the king of monsters at its disposal, ‘Godzilla’ struggles to find focus amidst uninteresting human drama and vibrant, but unfocused monster action.
This year’s supporting performance races are a close race between newcomers and unrewarded art house staples. We predict the winners.
Cate Blanchett is the magnetic draw of Woody Allen’s latest standout ‘Blue Jasmine’, his ensemble cast is just as zesty & colorful.
The trailer for Woody Allen’s latest display of cinematic neurosis, ‘Blue Jasmine’, has Cate Blanchett going kind of crazy!
‘Submarine’ is one of the most daring films of the year. And it does so without flaunting inorganically.
The hit of numerous film festivals gets a trailer and a U.S. release date.
What do Jane Eyre and Red Riding Hood have in common besides being strong independent women doing it for themselves? How about they both wear iconic cloaks. They are also the heroines in mythical gothic stories. While Red Riding Hood is a fairy tale, Eyre is a literary classic, and most people would’ve read both in school, although probably at different stages. And of course the two movies were released the same weekend.
Iâ€™ve said it once and Iâ€™ll say it again, 2010 was an incredible year. And to extend that, it brought with it an astonishing amount of potential talent.
‘Made in Dagenham’ is a wildly entertaining film with a wonderful cast. Unfortunately, it misses a few vital dramatic notes.
Few races in this season’s Oscar race are shaping up to be more exciting than Best Actress. Here is my breakdown of the race so far.