‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri’ tells a relevant story with a stellar cast. It may feel a bit haphazard, but that shouldn’t deter you.
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Fox Searchlight’s big Sundance acquisition, ‘The Way, Way Back’, gets a summery trailer with a charismatic Sam Rockwell.
Sci-fi mindbender ‘Upstream Color’, dramedy ‘The Way, Way Back’, and tragic drama ‘Fruitvale’ round out this year’s buzz making Sundance debuts!
G Clark reviews ‘Seven Psychopaths,’ ‘The Midnight Meat Train,’ ‘The White Bus’—plus one unforgivable clunker in this week’s ‘Quick Takes’ column.
Keep ‘The Hobbit’ in NZ, ‘Brighton Rock’ disaster, Rockwell for Supporting Actor, ‘Outside the Law’ trailer…
The original title for the film was ‘Betty Anne Waters’. I wish they had kept that title. ‘Conviction’ is too conventional. ‘Betty Anne Waters’ sounds more like the film itself: simple, honest, and sweet.
World Soundtrack Awards, ‘Animal Kingdom’ gets love, Inside ‘The American’ coffee table book, trailer for ‘The Winning Season’…
Is it possible for a film to be so over-the-top Oscar bait that it turns the Academy off? This trailer implies the answer may be “yes.”
In a rarity for summer action movies I wish ‘Iron Man 2’ would have given me more talking.
Joseph Gordon-Levitt is able to skillfully balance joy and sadness with such delicacy. There is something about his smile, something light and deep, and, at the same time, there is also something about his eyes, sparkling and poetic. In the black-and-white sequence, his performance in â€œ500 Days of Summerâ€ is reminiscent of an old-fashioned movie […]
Duncan Jones, director of the 2009 science fiction film Moon, is stumping for actor Sam Rockwell in a unique way. He has come up with a t-shirt design that encourages voters to choose Sam Rockwell for Best Actor for his role in Moon. I must say, I definitely support this campaign as I think Sam […]
Grade: B- A mix of emotions comes over me when I see an underestimated actor delivering a truly brilliant performance. I feel awe at the scope of their talent. I feel curious because I want to see more of their work in the future and from the past. I also feel frustrated because I know […]