An odd couple road trip film that unites a gifted pair of actors who bring their respective characters to life in this heart-warming true story.
A fictionalized account of the love between the lady in waiting to Queen Anne and a servant girl in early 18th century England has riveting performances, costumes, and solid direction.
A heartfelt and beautifully filmed delight that doesn’t suffer from or feel naive in its absence of cynicism.
Peter Dinklage gives a standout performance as the late Hervé Villechaise as this HBO docudrama chronicles the final days of this actor’s life.
A stunning recreation of Neil Armstrong’s trailblazing trip to the moon with superb cinematography, acting and direction.
Even with its painfully slow and deliberate pacing one still doesn’t get much more insight into Rodin the man, just his lifestyle.
Sevigny and Stewart shine in their roles in this this psychological thriller retelling the infamous Lizzie Borden murders.
Spike Lee has returned with a vengeance with ‘BlacKkKlansman’ – it’s an important film with a lot to say and if it offends and makes you actually feel something then I think it will have done its job.
An heroic event captured with the actual heroes that made it happen, but director Clint Eastwood does not give viewers enough substance for a feature length film.
Spielberg crafts a sometimes melodramatic, but constantly suspenseful and gripping documdrama in ‘The Post’