Low-key approach is a vital part of the story
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TORONTO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Coming only a few months after Alex Gibney’s We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks, Bill Condon’s Wikileaks thriller The Fifth Estate feels both too soon and too late. Though Gibney’s same subtitle fits...
A superb superhero adaptation.
Though it never once waivers from its pre-ordained status as a cog in the summer movie season machine, Joe Johnston’s Captain America proves that such a commercial entity can exhibit rich characterisations, artistry and integrity. The 70-year-old...
Nothing to get your tassles in a twist over.
Writer director Steve Antin’s Burlesque contains so little of the artform from which it takes its name that it barely warrants the comparison. In this flashy, trashy spectacle of sequins and sparkle dust, the subversive performance medium is...