One isn’t better than the other — that’s not the point. But, together, Buffy the TV show and the Buffy movie demonstrate the two ways teen media can excel.
“It just felt like coming home.”
College students may find this movie more relatable than it seems.
Whether or not the world needs more hazing movies is a bit questionable.
It’s not fun, smart or even all that scary. It’s just sadistic.
'Kedi' takes a gentle, observational approach to the story of the city, as told through its cats.
Our story begins in France, at a “Phantom of the Opera” style masquerade, completely decked out with towering white wigs, extravagant gowns and Stanley Tucci ("Hunger Games") playing the Harpsicord.
No level of acting talent can resurrect a script this poorly written.
It helps that Huppert, undeniably one of the greatest living actors, is on screen for much of the film.
The Holodomor famine is most certainly a story worth telling, but “Bitter Harvest” does not do near enough justice to the heartbreaking genocide.