Is it right to call a movie’s visual details sumptuous when they reflect the blase designs of bona fide daily life? ‘Anomalisa’ creates an amazing work with crossover appeal as adult drama, melancholy comedy and unexpected stop-motion animation.
Home Alone has made enough hundreds of millions of dollars by now and solidified enough of a multigenerational fan base to survive the following review: to hell with it.
The story of women fighting for the right to vote is all too recent, and for some, all too forgotten.
‘Truth’ is a movie curiously in conflict with itself. There is a constant shift between granular detail and big-picture sweep that the film never fully resolves.
‘Grandma’ hands Lily Tomlin the first leading role she has played since the ’80s, reveling in every drop of the sharp-tongued sarcasm this consummate comedic actor conveys like no one else.
Autobiographical in nature, unconventional in structure, this is the story of Marlon Brando not as the world saw him but as he saw himself.