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?
It’s the early 1930s. Following a life of heartbreak, loss, and love, a writer finds herself aboard the Orient Express headed from England towards Istanbul and later Baghdad. In a hotel room in the heart of Turkey, she pens a mystery-crime novel set aboard the famous train. Murder on the Orient Express would go on… Read More ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ loses steam before reaching its destination
Some fantastic-looking movies like Me Earl and the Dying Girl, Inside Out, and Max are headed our way this summer, and I for one cannot wait. But sometimes a movie may look great, but turn out bad. Such is the case with Every Secret Thing. The crime thriller seemed a lock on paper,especially with names like… Read More Potential goes missing in “Every Secret Thing”
I love it when I come across movies randomly, and they end up being unexpectedly good. When I first saw Who Am I – No System Is Safe, I did so because of its cover. I figured it was another one of those stupid horror movies I fancy for some reason. Sometimes I indulge in… Read More The perks of social engineering: “Who Am I – No System Is Safe ” appeals to your inner rebel