It is in the unwavering spirit McDormand’s Mildred displays — one as impressive as it is incredibly sad — that the actress soars: as a performer, as a woman, and above all else, as a mother.
It happens every other year: in a sea of great performances, one familiar actor or actress comes out of nowhere with a career-defining performance that has heads turning. Matthew McConaughey did it when he came out with Dallas Buyers Club, Brie Larson did it when she stole the awards season with Room, Jennifer Aniston shocked… Read More ‘I, Tonya’: is Margot Robbie skating her way to the Oscars?
When it comes to style, one of the most prominent Hollywood names that comes to mind is undoubtedly Wes Anderson. From his detailed, colourful frames to his captivating scripts and fascinating characters, he has truly sets himself apart from most directors out there. Already with movies like Moonrise Kingdom, Fantastic Mr. Fox, and Rushmore in… Read More The eloquent calumny of “The Grand Budapest Hotel” charms audiences worldwide
Hey everyone! Just a quick note: the following review was submitted by our very first contributor, Ms. Lara Kalenderian of ChattyChasity! As far as controversial movies go, The Truman Show definitely earned itself a spot in this category with its thought-provoking dialogue and ground-breaking notions. Some might even go so far as to say that… Read More “The Truman Show”: the authentic ingenuity of Truman Burbank’s life
In a nutshell? Yes. When a movie is put on a pedestal and raved about, I’m iffy about how that’ll affect my personal viewing experience. I worry that I’ll go in with the planted idea that what I’m about to see is a great film. And while some films have failed to live up to… Read More Is ‘Birdman’ worth all the hype?