Elizabeth Debicki and Khalid Abdalla, who play Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed respectively, discuss the final season of Peter Morgan’s popular show.
For anyone interested in the music industry, or how power can corrupt young, innocent people, Milli Vanilli is essential viewing.
The dialogue is faultlessly naturalistic, the acting is uniformly good and, inevitably it seems, in the case of [Julianne] Moore, it’s superb.
The OG to skew the Barbie phenomenon returns to more familiar territory with his latest May December starring Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman.
Sean Durkin (Martha, Marcy May Marlene) wrote and directed this biopic about the fateful Von Erich wrestling family. Zac Efron, Jeremy Allen White, Harris Dickinson, Holt McCallany, Maura Tierney, Lily James and some actual wrestlers star.
… uneven and has its share of longueurs during the first half … But after that, it becomes much more involving, as the (sometimes confronting) carnage ratchets up and the scheming becomes more Machiavellian.
Who doesn’t love an inspirational sports drama, especially if it involves beating the Nazis? Hear from George Clooney about his upcoming period piece also starring Joel Edgerton.
… a thoughtful, dark and bleak story about mental illness and faith and the sharp, merciless angles at which those two forces meet. It’s claustrophobic and grim and not exactly a good time, but for fans of more cerebral horror and true crime, Godless may seem like a minor miracle.
Despite all the attendant hype and noise, Sound Of Freedom is a solid second-tier thriller…nothing more, nothing less.
… an engaging paddy basher that’s worth taking for a quick spin.