I was charmed tenfold by this moving, earnest tale of friendship and what it means to be human.
This film bored me overall, but its saving grace is Hanks, who was made for a role like this.
The wartime action is mediocre and dull, and the entire project is little more than a crudely edited jump cut fiesta.
The creepy performances, mediocre story, disinterested direction, and horrendous original score turn this mess into a flop almost as soon as the opening credits begin.
“Toy Story 4” explodes with the very thing on which Pixar built its foundation: a goldmine of creativity.
What does it say about us as a society that “The Post,” director Steven Spielberg’s insightful and intense historical retelling of the Nixon White House’s attempt to silence the press, is sadly topical today?