A great Valentine to old-time video games, the Internet, and Disney (whose princesses steal the show).
A respectable venture that fails to generate the kind of gripping, compulsively watchable melodrama and adventure needed to keep the audience engaged.
U.S. Home Release Date: 2019-02-25
MPAA Rating: "R" (Violence, Profanity)
Genre: Science Fiction/Action
Director: Paul Michael Glaser
Cast: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Erland Van Lidth, Gus Rethwisch, Professor Toru Tanaka, Jim Brown, Jesse Ventura, Marvin J. McIntrye, Yaphet Kotto, Maria Conchita Alonso, Richard Dawson, Mick Fleetwood
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McCarthy plays it straight, allowing her talent as an actress – often hidden under the dreck for which she draws big paychecks – to shine through.
"Z" doesn’t merely stand the test of time; it transcends it. Watching it today, it’s an eerie, unsettling experience.
What saves "Bohemian Rhapsody" from being an historically inaccurate train wreck is the strength of the musical sequences, which are electric.
Well-made but uneven, "The Front Runner" is a less a film for general movie-goers than for political junkies.
Affirms Kore-eda’s status as today’s foremost Japanese director whose careful observations about humanity establish him as a worthy successor to Ozu.
The film has stood the test of time remarkably well, seemingly as fresh and relevant today as when it was first released.