“Little Boy” will come up short for nonbelievers, but viewers grateful for the film’s faith-based viewpoint may find themselves moved and gratified.
This is a mixed bag, to be sure, and could have used a rewrite or two.
According to the voting members of the Academy of Me, Myself, and I, here are the top ten movies of 2014!
She was young, wealthy, and black. Her name was Belle. And British high society didn’t quite know what to do with her.
The Grand Budapest Hotel, a story within a story within a story, is set in the fictional Eastern European republic of Zubrowka between World War I and World War II.
You’d have to travel quite a ways, metaphorically speaking, to find an acting quartet more skilled than Judi Dench, Tom Wilkinson, Maggie Smith, and Bill Nighy. But the film sacrifices a degree of focus and intensity.
This fourth installment of the “Mission: Impossible” movie franchise registers as a mission impossible to resist.
“The Debt” is a remake of a 2007 Israeli thriller about a legendary hunt for a notorious Nazi war criminal that examines that ever-elusive boundary between legend and truth.
“The Conspirator” is a courtroom drama that tells the true story of the only female charged as a co-conspirator in the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln.
He’s a hornet without much of a sting, but at least he’s gone green. And tongue-in-cheek.