What Soderbergh proves with <em>The Limey</em> is that an action film doesn’t have to lose steam to gain humanity.
Author: Kendall G. Pack
These days, when we talk about Mel Gibson, two things come to mind: The violence of Passion of the Christ, and his apparent dislike of certain cultures based on a drunken tirade.
Scott seems concerned with the ability to choose in a world where God exists while simultaneously wondering if there is a God.
McCarthy hand feeds us nothing, showing us the futility of our small understanding of the workings of the world.
Foxcatcher avoids inauthenticity by jumping from great scene to great scene without making the connections clear.
The Drop is one of the best films in the Boston Crime film genre.
The title of the film acts as a cry to the main character to care about what he’s doing to everyone around him.
Inherent Vice signals both a continuation of Anderson’s work and an apparent shift.