The glorious epic attempts to digest too many pivotal events in its purview, far too frequently using the incredible set design to replace elements of a coherent story.
Movies are rarely this preposterous... or this ambitious.
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Snippy prisoners are artisans of escape, playfully coy about their determination toward Nazi captors, a set-up for cinematic greatness by those who lived it. Strap a baseball loving Steve McQueen into the tale, hijacking...
A superior legal drama that reveals more about the human condition in one of its scenes than most other movies can say in two hours.
Brought to life by Marlon Brando in a performance that would have won the OSCAR for a lesser actor, Viva Zapata! is the story of Emiliano Zapata, the legendary Mexican revolutionary. Noted director Elia Kazan works off a...
Brubaker is more hit than miss on the whole, but leans heavily on Redford's performance as a crusading reformer instead of a compelling story arc.
Oranges is too grounded to approach the topic so breezily.
This contemporary noir finale is shot in close, battling with words, not guns.
The series does have a tendency to excessively focus on graphic violence and conflict, spicing up the proceedings for the more casual viewers
There is a message in Parental Guidance, although what it is depends on your viewpoint. If you are a parent and try raising your kids strictly, chance are you’re doing it wrong. Let them play in mud, skip practice,...
Hitchcock is as much a story about Alma and her influence on the director's movies, than it is about Alfred Hitchcock himself.