Alfonso Cuaron’s deeply felt homage to his Mexico City roots keeps collecting awards.
Sunday night, Cuaron’s “Roma” earned the Critics Choice honors for Best Picture. Today, the black and white … Read More
The pastor in “First Reformed [Blu-ray]” may work in a church, but his true god isn’t the Lord above.
It’s Al Gore.
Writer/director Paul Schrader’s film, available now on Blu-ray … Read More
Academy-Award winner Denzel Washington led the ensemble piece, and Antoine Fuqua (“Olympus Has Fallen,” “The Equalizer”) called the shots behind the camera.
The film hasn’t scratched $100 million at the … Read More
Denzel Washington doesn’t so much as cross a toe over said line in “The Magnificent Seven.” Co-star Chris Pratt? Let’s just say he leaps over it like Nia Ali.
It’s one of … Read More
Instead, they crack open a laptop and start pulling double duty.
The gold standard for actors writing their own material remains Sylvester Stallone. When the man was broke and living in a … Read More
There’s little action on the diamond, no motivational locker room speech and no slow-motion slide into home. Nor does the film portray baseball as a metaphor for American life.
Buschel’s … Read More
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