Canadian actor Michael Koch plays the songwriting genius in a portrayal that captures the singer's struggles with alcohol and other personal demons.
The film is glorification of incompetent boldness.
... its two-hour running time feels like an abbreviated version of a much longer story.
Devil's Knot has the feel of an expensive movie made for Lifetime's movie of the week or Dateline.
Historically, the process is interesting. As a cinematic narrative, Monuments slowly erodes itself without direction
This film is contemptibly terrible.
Tomorrow is a devastating tale of pathos and gripping drama.
Gabriella Wilde and Alex Pettyfer are real stars in the making.
David O. Russell pinches down on character, leaving his narrative soggy.
The loving relationship between Craig and his wife is deeply moving and sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Her successfully massages the peculiarity from the narrative and is capable of presenting authentic emotion.
As propaganda films cast John Wayne as the totalitarian spire of heroism, Home of the Brave shatters a connotation of military perfectionism.