Friday, July 1, 2022

The Daughter features powerful acting but predictable plot – a film...

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The film The Daughter opens at a small mill, which is about to close. The head of the factory, Henry Neilson (played masterfully by...

In The JT LeRoy Story a con artist finds her way...

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The latest documentary by director Jeff Feuerzeig, The JT Leroy Story, explores the making of the character of JT Leroy, an author who rose to...

Film Review: 'Museum Hours' poetically melds life, death and art

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In the 1958 comedy by Ronald Neame, the Horse’s Mouth, the film’s main character, an artist named Gulley Jimson, portrayed as equal parts guru...

‘Take Shelter’ offers powerful entry into film’s recent history of schizophrenic...

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A film telling a story from the perspective of a schizophrenic personality makes for an interesting subject via the cinematic art form. It allows...

Film Review: ‘Gravity’ harnesses the power of uncut images to thrilling...

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Movies like Gravity are the types of films routine visitors to the multiplex live for. Director Alfonso Cuarón's first film in seven years feels fresh...

Good Kill drowns its moral message on drone war with too...

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There's nothing wrong with morally conscious movies. The problem arrives when morality overshadows character development and overtakes narrative. Good Kill is one of those films...