Director Antoine Fuqua transforms Jake Gyllenhaal into Marshawn Lynch in Beast Mode.
Articles by Brian Welk
This is a film of real stakes, real deaths, and real conflict.
An empty shell of a movie just waiting for a smarter one to be transplanted into it.
Alan Rickman’s film has far more magisterial set dressing, without any actual cinematic flair.
Tracing the actor’s evolution through six distinct performances
Ruffalo shines in a crowd-pleasing, little film that not enough people will see.
If nothing else, Crystal Moselle’s The Wolfpack proves that kids exposed to violent Tarantino films can still become well-adjusted adults. Trapped inside their Lower East Side apartment with little else to do, the Angulo Brothers of Moselle’s documentary act out …
Can’t we allow our comedians to be comedians?
Carey Mulligan makes ordinary material sing in this Victorian England period piece.
Kristen Wiig may be the funniest woman alive, but even with her Saturday Night Live characters, she has gone to some dark places. Her character Penelope, constantly twirling her hair and casually one-upping everyone in the room, isn’t entirely a …