Here is a comedy with something meaningful to say, a film that asks us all to stop being our own worst critics, to stop hating our real and imagined flaws, and to be kind to each other.
I love the idea of a strong female driven action / adventure series and Vikander is a fantastic choice to play Lara, but this uninspired origin story swiftly wears thin and settles itself into a long loop of repetition.
It’s spring, and that means it’s time for a new teen-friendly, concept-based horror film from producer extraordinaire Jason Blum.
There are critical questions raised that are never answered, making “Chappaquiddick” a suspenseful and compelling (if convenient) blur of fact and fiction.
“Beirut” feels like a throwback to old school political thrillers of the past and delivers little fresh or trendy by way of its story line.
While this may not be one of Anderson’s very best works, it’s still a brilliant, charismatic, beautiful looking movie.