Macabre as it is, there’s something comfy about the universe of this ensemble whodunit.
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Anthony Hopkins and Jonathan Pryce make a talky drama about the Catholic Church into something that’s actually pretty **** compelling.
The director has made his most stylishly daring movie: one that is pointedly sapped of style.
Greta Gerwig’s take on the Louisa May Alcott classic is a fresh, affectionate reimagining that’s impossible not to love.
This animated holiday movie is set in a surreally gruesome place, filled with surreally gruesome people. Somehow, that works.
“I was expecting it to be much worse than it was.”
Is this what happens every day in a country controlled by companies with vast coffers, armies of lobbyists, and politicians leased by the year?
Is it fair to call a sequel unnecessary when it’s going to make a jillion dollars?
Our nicest Hollywood star playing our nicest-ever children’s show host: there’s peer pressure to succumb.
Movies have variously depicted the murderous, imperialist ways of the Brits, the Spanish, the Germans, the Japanese, the U.S. (though not often enough, probably), and other rapacious nation states, but it falls to Indonesia in the mod...