‘To the Wonder’ is barftastic [barf]
Movie Reviews To the executives at Magnolia Pictures:
Movie Reviews Judging by just how many famous people appear in Robert Redford’s latest directing effort, we can be certain of one thing: Famous people really, really want to be directed by him.
Movie Reviews There are times when watching movies that the casual viewer, and even the cynical critic, must think, “In all seriousness: What am I watching?”
Movie Reviews It’s a good thing Chris O’Dowd is on screen a lot during The Sapphires, because he brings some welcome comic relief to a movie that feels steeped in the wrong kind of comic relief.
Movie Reviews In movies, as in life, there’s a time and place for artifice over art, style over substance and a good time over a thoughtful time.
Movie Reviews I’ve been looking forward to 42 for months.
Movie Reviews Something seems amiss in this version of 'On the Road'; surely, the beats could not have been so conventionally dull, their problems so surface-level, their behavior so easy to unravel.
Movie Reviews So 'Jurassic Park' gets a big 3-D upgrade. Who cares?
Movie Reviews Ginger and Rosa are inseparable. Their mothers give birth in the same London hospital room at the close of World War II, and the girls spend most of their waking hours together from the time they can walk.
Movie Reviews “Since I got to know art,” says Cosimo Rega, an inmate at Rebibbia Prison in Italy, “this cell has become a prison.”