When coming of age movies are measured years from now, Boyhood will be the benchmark for artistic achievement and cinematic scope.
Ruthless reveals a message about capitalism that, if ubiquitous, rings true.
Andre De Toth's noir-ish western, Ramrod, is notable for its examination of doubles; almost every character has someone else who matches their identity.
Operation Petticoat, one of post-war America's more popular war flicks, is an example of the era's basically conservative teases.
Excellence is where you find it, not where it's forced into some Hollywood genre pigeonhole.
With his picture postcard imagery and similarly shorthanded scripting, Michael Bay's movies may be nothing more than a colorful crib mobile.
Like being locked in a narrative limbo with no realistic relief in sight, Tammy tries to get away with being bold and brazen
This is what happens when the idea for a film must pitch itself to its audience over and over again until the audience is convinced.
This is a terrific, dark dystopian nightmare mixed with flashes of Terry Gilliam-esque absurdity and the filmmaker's own fractured frame of reference.
There's really nothing wrong with the movie except the script, which has lots of firepower for something so tiresome.