Joan Allen

After seven years of captivity within a soundproofed, suburban shed, Ma (Brie Larson) has almost lost hope. Yet each day, she tries to make a normal life for her five-year-old son, Jack (Jacob Tremblay), a beautiful long-haired child who is no...
Renner forms his own identity.
There’s a certain tradition of movie thriller that consciously, deliberately and carefully sets out to bamboozle the audience. This is the kind of picture where for large chunks of it you don’t know what the hell is going on; it’s a narrative...
The tale of a Hollywood screenwriter for whom life became a horror movie.
If, like me, you had a hazy idea of the impact of the Senator Joe McCathy-led witch-hunt against the Hollywood creative community in the late 1940s and '50s, Trumbo is a shocker. This inventive mix of documentary and readings/performances by a s...
Possibly the best in the Bourne series.
Matt Damon reprises his character Jason Bourne for a third time in what is possibly the best in the series. the pace of the film is relentless