Mark Wahlberg delivers the performance of his career in “Father Stu.”
The mummies of Egypt were never so dehumanized as Agatha Christie’s “Death on the Nile” has been crassly commercialized.
Today, it seems, filmmakers are content to remain in the sea of meaninglessness.
Why should Americans concern themselves with Mexico? Though the media underplays it, what happens in Mexico doesn’t stay in Mexico.
“Don’t Look Up” gets lost in its own irony, and its creator Adam McKay as well as the actors are revealed to be part of the elitism that the film is attempting to criticize.
Campion has created an atmospheric horror story in which fear and merciless landscape are the primary characters.
This is the best family movie I have ever seen. What “Braveheart” is to freedom, “King Richard” is to fatherhood.
If this is a sign of which way the series is moving, 007 should surrender his “license to kill” for good.
In yet another sign of our artistically arid times, “Finch” gives us no glimpse into human nature or soul, and all attempts at it are extremely simplistic.
“No Time to Die” feels like a movie intended to kill off not just Daniel Craig but the whole Bond franchise.
Man ceases to be human once he accepts a metaphysical takeover by ideology.
In ages past, we could make literature, propaganda, and art out of butchering history. But now we can make a joke of it.
Without the participation of African Americans, the war to save the Union “as it was” could not have been transformed into a war to save the Union “as it should be.”
This is the perfect movie for right now, as people return to the movie theaters, seeing films the way we’re supposed to.
A case where the true story was much stranger, and instructive, than the fiction.
Aaron Sorkin says he knew very little about the trial before researching it for this film. It shows.
A lifetime devoted to the cult of victimhood yields a barren life.
The film is a critique of social status both in the West and the East, but it is also a wake-up call about the manufactured consent of elite journalism.
Although thorough, thought-provoking, and chilling in its descriptions of the problems in America’s heartland, the prescription from “America Lost” feels like an insufficient response.
In a new HBO Max sci-fi series, the eyes contain layers of complexity, which is why light is not proof of enlightenment.