Examining America's post-war truth, Shutter Island smartly traps its lead character on an island where the only out is admitting reality.
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Tarantino mourns the loss of cinema's glossiness in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, bridging nostalgia and honesty through fiction.
Where do they come up with this stuff? Take the heartwarming story of Batteries Not Included, that of a slumlord trying to evict low-income residents while they deal with …
A Perfect Blu-ray Few moments of The Revenant are comfortable. Set among a winter chill, snow dusted trees, and freezing rivers, scenery produces a stunning backdrop. Each frame though …
Scorsese has fashioned an epic tale of drug-fueled greed and the excesses of Wall Street.
Warner's Gatsby interpretation may latch onto Fitzgerald's thematic center better than any other.
Unchained finds bodies in piles, and via its own means, out of necessity.
Breezy in tone, Catch Me If You Can is driven by a liar and a thief. Somehow, that's respectful to the audience.
Titanic is and always will be a marvel.
If aspects of Hoover's life -including those intimate entanglements- are of interest, Eastwood's piece works.
Inception's dream within a dream within a dream within, yes, another dream concept isn't as complex as it may initially seem.
Everything unfolds as if there is some grand scale mystery afoot, when that is not the case.