[yasr_overall_rating] Claire Carré picked a really strange, challenging idea for her first feature as director. Embers is a bizarre science fiction movie that asks more questions than it cares to
[yasr_overall_rating] Meg Ryan is already a Hollywood icon thanks to her years as the face of romantic comedies, but she decided to turn to another area of film production: directing.
[yasr_overall_rating] The Holocaust has been the subject of so many films that it is a genre unto itself. But most of these films are based on true stories. Son of
[yasr_overall_rating] Truth is a gutsy movie and not in a good way. Writer/director James Vanderbilt amazingly asks us to sympathize with people who created their own downfalls, with his source
[yasr_overall_rating] Amy Winehouse remains one of music’s most tragic figures. As a member of the morbid ’27 club,’ she was a star that burned hot and collapsed far too soon.
[yasr_overall_rating] Journalism is a tough job, but someone has to tell the stories of the voiceless. In Boston, there was a growing group of voiceless people starting to talk. When
In one of the final shots of Steve Jobs after another fight between the two Steves, Jobs (Michael Fassbender) and Wozniak (or Woz, played by Seth Rogen), it seemed like
[yasr_overall_rating] After creating the most beautiful film in years with The Great Beauty and winning an Oscar for it, Italian director Paolo Sorrentino is back and sacrificed none of his
[yasr_overall_rating] Coming of age movies are so common that they have to do everything right in order to be memorable. While Marielle Heller’s directing and writing debut The Diary of
[yasr_overall_rating] The story of immigrants has been a staple of the cinema for as long as it has existed, since so many filmmakers themselves have been touched by the experience