Gary Oldman’s compelling turn as Winston Churchill elevates this semi-standard biopic.
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Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg’s chemistry barely sustains this tired holiday-themed sequel.
But these loud, crass, and sassy bastards sure give the pig a run for his money.
Struggles aside, Taika Waititi adds a light-hearted touch to the God of Thunder.
A post-war drama that casts a necessary light on the homefront struggles of veterans.
And could the Losers’ Club defeat the demogorgon?
Jackie Chan and Pierce Brosnan stand out in an otherwise workmanlike action thriller.
Actually, maybe it’s better that we don’t have some of these innovations just yet.
The filmography of an American master, from Indy to the Extra-Terrestrial.
Denis Villeneuve delivers the unthinkable: a masterpiece sequel.
Matthew Vaughn’s spy sequel is too long, too self-aware, and way too messy.
L.A. Confidential remains one of the most potent and compelling crime thrillers of the 1990s.