The film justifies it’s own existence by being the best kind of bad movie imaginable.
Things happen in his movies, to be sure, but that’s not really the point.
The quality of the writing is where “The Case for Christ” lives and dies.
It’s a lovely little film, unglamorous and unembellished.
As a celebration of the creativity and drive of a talented group of people, the M-agination Film Festival was undeniably a success.
“Smurfs: The Lost Village” is not terrible. It’s only bad.
There is no Passover version of “It’s a Wonderful Life” or “A Christmas Story,” but there is potential.
“Going in Style” rises just above its generic roots to become a charming enough comedy that likely won’t be remembered by many by the end of the year.
Telling the stories of the righteous sheds a little light onto the darkness of tragedy.
Despite Stewart’s strength as an actress and Assayas’s clear understanding of plot and character mechanics, “Personal Shopper” is, well, a bit of a slog to get through.