It’s about religion, but ‘Silence’ pulsates with violence.
The upcoming Oscar campaign will dominate movie news In January and February, and the most prominent Academy Awards contenders will continue to beckon from multiplex marquees.
It’s the end of the year, which means it’s time to glance back and acknowledge 2016’s best movie-going experiences.
Space, race, and the space race.
It’s every overprotective dad’s knee-jerk question, sometimes spoken, more often merely thought.
As holiday gifts from the movie world go, Passengers is sensationally wrapped. It’s what’s inside that’s problematic.
For anyone who criticizes the movie version of ‘Fences’ for remaining too much like the play it started out as, the apt rejoinder would be that that’s actually one of its chief pleasures.
‘Sing’ is a family-friendly holiday movie that might just as easily have been titled Singing.
But as holiday-season movies go, if it’s a failure, it’s a noble one.
Not only is the Force still with us, it’s growing.
The title may look and sound like someone stuttering, but ‘La La Land’ is a joyful, smoothly delivered triumph from first frame to last.
Then there is Office Christmas Party, a holiday comedy that bakes all three genre into the same seasonal fruitcake and comes up wanting.
‘Miss Sloane’ it’s an absorbing, topical drama about the murky world of big-money corporate lobbying and the powerful and influential gun lobby.
‘Man Down’ is a scattered psychological military thriller, presumably set in a post-apocalyptic America, that examines the phenomenon of modern-day, combat-connected Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and the way we treat our returning military.
Rules Don’t Apply is big and handsome, but doesn’t really fly.