“The Danish Girl” is a beautiful yet superficial depiction of the life of a transgender pioneer.
“Breathe” is a film that is unafraid to redefine and break the schemas we have of teenage girls and their relationships.
“The Big Short” isn’t flashy or glamorous, but its eye-opening and gives its audience an inside look into the corruption of Wall Street.
Somewhere, Quentin Tarantino is sipping a glass of wine, refreshing Rotten Tomatoes and laughing as he watches the critics squirm.
“Sisters” follows the party movie formula perfectly, but while it loses points on originality, it gains them on scientifically proven funniness.
It’s a slight film very much built on mood, focused to a fault on the lonely mundanity of Noel’s life.
It isn’t a literary epic. It isn’t a known story. Then, what is it?
This is probably the whitest movie trailer of all time.
In the previous films, it felt like Lawrence was just playing the role of Katniss, but in “Part 2, ” Katniss becomes an extension of Lawrence herself.
None of it is particularly scary, but it’s funny, at least, and fun.