24 Hours to Live is a far cry from such recent geri-action movies.
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The thin plotting and even thinner characterizations make the whole thing feel trivial.
We see a middle-aged man’s creative dreams come true. What a story!
In many ways, The Breadwinner is a film for the times we live in.
Naples ‘44 ends up feeling like an audiobook with a slideshow attached, unable to expand…
Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story gives its subject a respect long overdue.
For a film so dependent on the withholding of desire and physical contact, Call Me…
Coco’s beauty is universal and timeless.
Mr. Roosevelt toes the line between warmly endearing and overly precious.
As a critique of easily wounded, deceptively soft masculinity, Porto might have succeeded, but eventually…