Whitney Houston was a singular talent, and she deserves an equally unique motion picture chronicling her life. But this isn’t it, and that’s downright heartbreaking.
Sarah Polley’s Women Talking is a powerful, thought-provoking drama that left me shattered and stunned.
I believe in Santa Claus: Unwrapping the magical pleasures of Miracle on 34th Street on its 75th anniversary
Avatar: The Way of Water builds to a final hour of action and suspense that blew me through the theater’s back wall.
There is nothing subtle about writer-director Sam Mendes’s Empire of Light.
The Harbinger is director-writer-editor-composer-producer Andy Mitton’s best film yet.
Coraline is the visually magical film that started it all for Laika back in 2009, and it’s safe to say director Henry Selick’s delectably sinister animated marvel hasn’t lost an ounce of its charm.
Of all of the Laika films that the studio has released since 2009’s Coraline, I think ParaNorman has aged the best.
“I wouldn’t want to project any of my own expectations or hopes or desires onto anyone else. As an avid moviegoer, I like to go into a movie with an open mind and a clean slate, without all that noise around me of how I should feel or the messages I should take away.”
– Michael Ausiello