Ethan Hawke has been at the forefront of the awards conversation (although no SAG or Golden Globes nominations is troubling) for his terrific performance in Paul Schrader’s First Reformed, however don’t let it overshadow the fact that he also directed a solid country-indie biopic about musician Blaze Foley, a man Hawke seems to be enamored with.
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A stacked cast in a Nazi hunter movie equals success!!
Jeff Bridges’ takes us on a journey through climate change, consumerism, and what it means to be human on this technologically changing Earth.
Hold the Dark distinguishes itself from Jeremy Saulnier’s work, not through its lack of violence (it has plenty of that) but through Saulnier’s more controlled, calculated approach to ambiguous narrative storytelling.
The first Pacific Rim *might* have featured the worst leading performance in a blockbuster EVER with Charlie Hunnam as a washed up former Jaeger pilot, now we have John Boyega in Uprising, so the movie has to be a step up from the original…right?
This movie surprised me in how competently it was made, coming from the guy who produces “Riverdale”.
A big-budget, CGI-driven Disney spectacle directed by a woman is huge. Representation is extremely important but does it necessarily make A Wrinkle in Time is a good movie?
With all the gun control debates surrounding the United States right now, there can’t be a worse time for this movie to come out.
I’m having trouble finding words to write because this film is absolute garbage and no one should see it.
You know there’s something wrong with your movie when the great Michael Shannon is left with nothing to do.