A summer feel-good romantic comedy that reminds you that love and music are essential to life every day.
I’ve been engaged by 30-second commercials for schmaltzy Hallmark Channel love stories more deeply.
Director Kormákur seems to have a knack for draining all of the energy out of life’s most epic stories.
This doomed liner not only makes it to port, but entertains us even as we’re predicting its nearly-certain demise.
The entire film feels like it’s stuck in a post-coital coma.
Celebrates the downtrodden people, outcasts and defiant dreamers in a musical that you didn’t know that you needed to see.
Rattles us with an authenticity not often found in films of its era.
Professor Marston and the Wonder Women is one of the most engaging stories of recent memory and one of the year’s best films.
The real elevation exists between the audience and the story’s believability.
Battle of the Sexes is a wholly different experience than you might expect.