Tiffany Haddish in a NY Times interview has described her career as a “…delicious roasted chicken.” Chicken tastes better when it is free range and the same can be said of Haddish’s comic style. In Nobody’s Fool, a picture written …
The Luca Guadagnino remake of Dario Argento’s classic Suspiria shoehorns the holy trinity of horror: witches, the Holocaust and terrorism. Meaning so facades and reflects meaning that it becomes un-meaning, which in turn leads to malaise and boredom when a …
Johnny English is funnier than it has any right to because Atkinson is seriously stupid yet classy in the best possible way.
Free Solo frustrates us with excess observation and preparation but when it climbs, it soars.
Suljic performance is the only one in the cast that doesn’t feel forced, over earnest and effected— the only one that exists and rises above standard character types. It is an odd creative misstep from actor turned director Jonah Hill.
Gerard the Butler fulfills his stoic but wise commander role with enough facial twitches and subtle eye rolls to establish his superior wisdom and tactical battle smarts.
The Old Man and the Gun even has a non-ironic Oscar in memoriam montage composited out of every remotely applicable Redford Western and prison movie.