‘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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Two brawny, male-focused war thrillers, ‘Dunkirk’ and Fox’s ‘Apes’ finale capture an excitingly tense same-sex psychological intimacy.
The first season of HBO’s ‘True Detective’ intrigued much thanks to an astonishing Matthew McConaughey, but its parts didn’t quite build a compelling whole.
As TV expands for more cinematic voices, ‘True Detective’ is set to tell a darker crime story with Woody Harrelson & Matthew McConaughey.
The trailer for Scott Cooper’s ‘Crazy Heart’ follow-up, crime thriller ‘Out of the Furnace’, coils up some pretty effective tension.
‘Now You See Me’ is the definition of style over substance, conning the audience into believing it smarter and sweeter than it actually is.
The first trailer for ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ plays again to the teens who fueled the first film’s success.
G Clark reviews ‘Seven Psychopaths,’ ‘The Midnight Meat Train,’ ‘The White Bus’—plus one unforgivable clunker in this week’s ‘Quick Takes’ column.
Gary Ross’ wildly anticipated blockbuster is certainly engaging, but its filmmaking feels stifled by the popularity of Suzanne Collins’ beloved source material.
Tree of Life takes home another award, as does Woody Harrelson, Viola Davis, Octavia Spencer and Albert Brooks
Casey C offers up to the Academy 3 nominations for each of the years largest Oscar categories that shouldn’t be overlooked for forgotten come nomination time.
Rampart is a strong character study featuring a great performance from Woody Harrelson, but the underlying story is too thin and unresolved
Hear the reason why I think Leonardo DiCaprio is the frontrunner in this year’s Oscar race.
Positive and mixed reviews come in for some of the smaller films at the Toronto International Film Festival.
‘Friends with Benefits’ is a deliberately cliche spectacle of a romantic comedy. Rude, crude, and briskly paced, it is one of the year’s best!
It seems a moot point to write a column about the Supporting Actor and Actress categories this Oscar season. The race on both fronts is pretty much set on both fronts, right? Christoph Waltz and Mo’Nique are on the fast track to Oscar glory with very little possibility of anything standing in their way. The […]