Hal Holbrook

Fracking drama plays its safe.
BERLIN FILM FESTIVAL For anyone complaining that Hollywood never makes grown-up movies anymore—films devoid of superheroes and wizards and vampires, films that grapple with serious subjects in the manner of, say, the New American Cinema of the...
Nostalgic circus drama let down by unconvincing three-ringed romance.
Nothing disappoints more than the film that seems to get everything right yet ends up feeling just a little bit wrong. Francis Lawrence’s Water For Elephants, adapted from Sara Gruen’s bestseller, is the latest frustrating near-miss: so lavishly...
Completely alluring and and offers a mixture of genres that are all brilliantly executed.
A group of small-time criminals comprising the sexy lovers Coco (Carla Gugino) and Junior (Simon Baker), the condescendingly superior strategist Lizard (Gil Bellows) and the deceptively naive killer Ruben (Til Schweiger) execute their supposedly...