It’s like Plato’s Allegory of the Cave – if that cave was a torture chamber run by a sick pervert.
The plot of Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s The Revenant is easy enough to understand. It’s everything that comes after it that’s hard.
John Crowley’s handsome period romance is “classic” in all the best ways.
Adam McKay’s acidic housing market farce has energy to burn, but doesn’t always know where to aim it.
Tom McCarthy’s exemplary drama shows journalists — and his cast — at their best.
The great director is at the top of his craft with this patient and stirring Cold War drama.
I really, really wanted this to be great. I was not disappointed.
George Miller brings us roaring back to the desert, utterly embarrassing every other action movie in recent memory.