Religion gets a reality check.
What do you do when you’re not sure? A socially progressive new pastor asks this of his flock in the opening scenes of John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt, in a dramatic device that paves the way for a broad range of responses from individuals plagued...
Boston boxing drama clocks emotional hits.
There’s a mystique about boxers and boxing that actors just seem to love. Maybe it’s got to do with taking hits for money and for the edification of an audience looking for blood. Whatever the rationale, movie lore is full of legendary yarns...
On the whole this film feels a bit dated.
Set in 1930s London, Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day is based on Winifred Watson’s novel of the same name. Academy award winner Frances McDormand and rising star Amy Adams star as two women whose paths cross by chance.When Miss Pettigrew finds...
The film only scratches the surface of why conmen do what they do.
Young Frank is traumatised by the financial troubles of his father, Christopher Walken, who in 1963 is being investigated by the IRS for tax fraud. The subsequent divorce of his parents, his mother is played by French star Nathalie Baye, ends his...
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