Norma Rae is effectively discreet in handling this narrative based on the labor work of Crystal Lee Sutton.
The running theme of Boardwalk is the anti-Semitism by the merciless street gang, directed against elderly residents in predominantly once Jewish neighborhoods.
Director Stephen Frears depicts an often uncomfortable if effortlessly charming back-and-forth scuffle.
Scorsese has fashioned an epic tale of drug-fueled greed and the excesses of Wall Street.
If one has any interest in British mysteries, they already know this particular adaption of Poirot is considered in a class by itself.
The 1968 cult movie is most notable for its distinctive score and music from legendary guitarist, George Harrison.
Furnance's pay-off is ignited in the final half hour, director Scott Cooper's work completed with considered patience.
No comfort exists in 12 Years as it lashes slaves until their muscles and bone structure is exposed.
The movie handles its subject in a much more nuanced approach than the sword-and-sandal films of the preceding era,
As the plot clips along in both the present and James' past, the formula becomes too apparent.
This is a quiet and unassuming film, growing on the back of Bill Conti's marvelous, timeless score.
Counselor's reliance on McCarthy's subversiveness is criminal considering how outmoded some plot developments are.