When its tone slides firmly back into the murk, it’s hard not to see DC’s notion of heroism as borderline nihilistic.
The only saving grace of the film’s mostly recycled horrors is how they deepen Michael Fassbender’s android David.
Joel David Moore’s film is too often distracted by irrelevant emotional grandstanding.
Pablo Larraín’s film bluntly hammers home the notion that history is framed by perception rather than reality.
The films at this year’s festival offered plenty examples of legacies lived up to and not—neglected and obsessed over.
Mike Mills’s 20th Century Women incurs sorrow at the prospect of saying goodbye to its characters.
Pablo Larraín’s Jackie is concerned with elucidating levels of performance in public and private spheres.
It devotes too much time delivering information to establish a convincing visual foundation for its account.
The formalism fashions effective textural shortcuts to behavioral understanding that the remarkable cast fills in with finesse.
Interview: Billy Crudup on Glass Chin
Crudup chatted with us about his recent roles and what draws him to playing amoral characters that abuse power.