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.
The film is crowned by its acting superiority.
Bits used for sentimentality still turn on the waterworks
Disaster movie maven Irwin Allen would be astonished by this exhilarating display of cinematic wrath.
This is Eugene Brown's work, turning inner city at risk youth into champions of chess.
The feature feels potent without descending into near caricature for the sake of a trailer
Heat of the Night is a film of its era – an important one.
Based on a novel by Françoise Dorner, Last Love's script has an affection for literary pretensions.
Fruitvale offers no answers short of being better, less fearful people in Grant's name.
Sweetwater primarily works due to a gritty performance from January Jones and a solid script.