Cotillard carries cabaret from hell.
The Immigrant could have been called 'Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire’. The frying pan would be Poland after the First World War and the fire would be New York City, circa January 1921. Cotillard is at one with her role
A standout film in every way.
Interviewing a number of French actors a year ago I asked a few of them what directors they’d kill for a chance to work with. On at least two occasions the answers came back along the lines, 'Yes, I would love to work with David Lynch, Martin...
Crime drama loses steam along the way.
We Own the Night reunites writer director James Gray with two of his favourite stars – Mark Wahlberg and Joaquin Phoenix. The three first worked together on The Yards. They had such a terrific experience that when Gray’s script found its way to...
Leo (Mark Wahlberg) is returning from 16 months in gaol where he's taken the rap for some buddies. Among them is Willie (Joaquin Phoenix), who's about to become engaged to Leo's first love, his cousin Erica (Charlize Theron). Erica's mother Kitty...