Rattles us with an authenticity not often found in films of its era.
The only thing that I’m wondering about Wonder Woman is what went wrong.
Everyone can sink their teeth into this Wonder Woman regardless of their interpretation.
The Wall is a Grandmaster chess match played on a sand-covered, heat-tempered battlefield.
The Zookeeper’s Wife grabs your attention and keeps it engaged.
Frantz is the kind of film that creates a lasting sense of intimate familiarity.
I wallowed in Allied like an elated pig in a pile of cool summer mud.
Hacksaw Ridge is an unforgettable tale of courage and determination.
The real collateral damage for Eye in the Sky is the writing.
A washed-up music manager finds renewed hope in the middle of Afghanistan in the dreadfully…