"And I think in a way, the story is a story that is so universal. But because there’s been a lack of female creators that it’s one that’s less documented than male coming-of-age."
The film feels like a one-man show that, for all the talent Washington brings to the table, can’t seem to create a world that’s interesting enough to hold the attention of audiences.
The toughest moments to watch on-screen are those that grimly reveal that the nation and its people have remained stagnant, stuck in a place beyond political repair, a place with barren streets and roofs caved in.
I talk about my mother now in a way my 18 or even 20-year-old self could never imagine. I talk about her the way Lady Bird starts to at the end of the film.
The only memorable thing about “The Star” is when the Baby Jesus finally makes an appearance, he bears an uncanny resemblance to the Boss Baby
It’s easy to take the silliness in stride once one considers that “The Man Who Invented Christmas” is currently the best Christmas movie playing in theaters.
'Behind the Blue Door' proves a film does not need Hollywood resources to become a special effects masterpiece.
Wajda’s last film is certainly a testament to his work as a historian and filmmaker alike.
While Rockwell’s performance deserves applause, McDormand’s no-nonsense attitude and biting sarcasm carries the film from beginning to end.
While “Coco” does have a story to tell it feels like part of the film’s goal was simply to write a love letter to Mexican culture and heritage, a goal it achieves in spades.