The film envisions Denzel Washington’s Robert McCall as a hero in absolute concord with the world of his own fiction.
The affable actor talked to us about playing a self-doubting beta male.
The primary model for Jared Moshe’s The Ballad of Lefty Brown is a particular strand of postwar western.
Rob Reiner’s film fails to do justice to both the man and the fraught times he so fundamentally influenced.
It’s modest in scope, its concerns limited to man’s attempts to live both morally and harmoniously with nature.
The film sacrifices some of its innate appeal by making ham out of the supposed relics of a less enlightened era.
The Sinner recedes from a grisly opening into an examination of one woman’s complicated history.
If, as Jimmy famously tells us, there’s no crying in baseball, there’s plenty of it in baseball nostalgia.
Independence Day: Resurgence does nothing satiric or fleetingly parodic with the notion of a world united in the midst of alien annihilation.
A Bourne movie turned just askew enough to be funny, Nima Nourizadeh’s American Ultra trains a bemused eye on a trope ripe for a ribbing.