Widget Image
HomeArticles Posted by Colin Biggs (Page 4)

Author: Colin Biggs

Rather than shallowly engage with the politics of equality, director Joe Ahearne ties the politics of B&B back to the story intrinsically.

If the film didn't fall apart completely regarding rhythm, The Dinner would make for the type of compelling adult dramas that are rarely seen in cineplexes anymore.

Song to Song won't convert anyone who isn't already charmed by Terrence Malick's late-period offerings, but there are more bursts of creativity here than previous entries.

If Everlasting succeeds in any regard, it will make viewers feel fortunate to know that nothing else released this year could be harder to sit through

'The Founder' has the same filler as every bio-pic about a complicated man, but Michael Keaton relishes, pun-intended, every opportunity to steal the show.