Every good romantic comedy has a solid emotional core at its heart. “When We First Met” completely fails in this regard.
Viewers finish the trailer with a gist of what the film is about –– a creepy family dealing with some less-than-ideal common behaviors –– but don’t have quite enough information to figure out how the film will play out.
But that leaves “The Florida Project” with a total of one nomination, the same amount of nominations as “Boss Baby.”
It’s cinematic hypocrisy at its worst.
After watching this film, it is impossible for audiences to merely pass Pattinson off as ‘that vampire guy’ any longer.
While Karam and El Basha deliver solid, if simplistic, performances, the women of the film stand as the most compelling characters.
True to its title, the more “The Cloverfield Paradox” tries to explain the strange happenings that plague the crew of Cloverfield Station, the less sense it makes.
Set in 1892, The movie explores the after-effects in an American Western rural panorama.
Hopefully, in addition to providing visibility to the underrepresented, “Disobedience” will tell a story of intimacy and passion that has yet to be told.
This is a film with no grey characters, and by extension, no questioning of who is righteous and who is evil.