Greta Gerwig's second film as a director gives a new life to Louisa May Alcott's classic story.
Steven Soderbergh's telling of the story of the Panama Papers case is a sight to behold in what it tells, and how it tells the story.
There’s only a few days left of the half-off sale from the Criterion Collection. If you’re a newcomer to the home video line, all of those selections can look daunting and you’ll probably stand there for a good while trying to decide what to get. With nearly a thousand titles to choose from, it’s overwhelming. [...]
Emily Blunt brings a new sort of charm to Julie Andrews's beloved role, but the film does not seem to have much else to carry.
One knows already how predictable the Academy Awards can become after the route of the Golden Globes and the SAG Awards among many more, but in the 90 years that we have seen them moving onward, what they had managed to turn forth was not only one of the strongest lineups in a while but [...]
Convenient for the time, but nonetheless still engaging. (✯✯✯½)
Reads like a troubled mind within a resonant manner. (✯✯✯✯✯)