For Your Consideration rounds-up and reviews new films that may hold Oscar contention.
Believe everything you’ve heard about The Revenant, both the behind-the-scenes hysteria, as well as those who’ve experienced the almost three hours of visual and auditory assault, as ultimately it will add to the mystique of […]
For Your Consideration rounds-up and reviews new films that may hold Oscar contention. Best of Enemies, a new documentary, opens today nationwide.
Slick, steely, measured, calculated and psychologically satisfying, A Most Violent Year is also one of the best of the year. Writer/Director J.C. Chandor has done it again (Margin Call, All is Lost) by combining well-crafted […]
Opening the same day as Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken, and carrying the same self-importance and baggage, American Sniper is the unambiguous biography of real-life war hero Chris Kyle, at one time referred to as the “most […]
The paintings of Margaret Keane are familiar even to those who have no interest in art whatsoever. You know what they are: those slightly creepy little kids with the cavernous, oversized eyes; kind of like a […]
From the moment Unbroken’s opening sequence soars onto the screen, you can feel the audience in rapt attention. It’s World War II, and an American bomber is on a mission over the Pacific Ocean, coming […]
During Alejandro González Iñárritu’s film Birdman (or the Unexpected Virture of Ignorance), Riggan Thomson (Michael Keaton) confronts actor Mike Shriner (Edward Norton) following a disastrous performance of “What We Talk About When We Talk About […]