In John Frankenheimer’s 1964 film The Train, French Resistance hopes . . .
Tag Archives: Drama
A long drought of useful finds from the Sundance Film . . .
Bizarro Hollywood continues to rule the box-office with Let Him Go as . . .
Disney is trying to push old stock in a pandemic . . .
There are few things more ignorant than film critics claiming Rashomon is . . .
Well, here’s a movie that’ll make it tough for Katie . . .
Fantasy Island didn’t work out as a scary movie, so now . . .
Despite an acclaimed debut at Sundance last year, Selah and the . . .
The Assistant was a disaster of a #MeToo movie, but Tape is effective . . .
It might take a while to realize that Never Rarely Sometimes . . .
The new wave of Coronavirus Cinema begins with Resistance, which . . .
Around the world in 80 days? The Strelzyk and Wetzel . . .
Apple+ TV originally developed The Banker as their Oscars bid, but . . .
Merab (Levan Gelbakhiani) is well versed in all 16 dances . . .
Jack Cunningham (Ben Affleck) is a broken-down shell of his . . .
Michael Burden (Garret Hedlund) is a quiet, blue-collar army veteran . . .
(sung to the tune of “Theme from Flipper”): “They call . . .
Hollywood will never be so woke that it’ll give up . . .
The plot synopsis comes early in Ordinary Love, as worried wife . . .
There is no specific photograph of note involved in the . . .
The trailer for The Assistant is a triumph in marketing. Julia Garner . . .
Every frame’s a painting in Portrait of a Lady on Fire – . . .
No movie was more unjustly ignored by the Oscars this . . .
In tremendous emotional pain, Stephanie (Blake Lively) starts heavily using . . .
There are two quagmires captured in The Last Full Measure: covering both . . .
The opening of Clemency features a prison execution where Warden Bernadine Williams . . .
The original Mad Max was set in the late 1990s, but Les Misérables – . . .
Much like The Fonz before him, young Harvard-educated lawyer Bryan . . .