Funnier than almost any other 2022 film and more entertaining than many of the bloated would-be blockbusters dotting the release schedule.
Movie-going is not a civics assignment but "Till" is a sufficiently powerful motion picture that it offers more than a history lesson.
Cate Blanchett’s inhabitation of Lydia is complete and the movie’s presentation of her life is exacting in every detail; the result is nothing short of mesmerizing.
There’s power in the message conveyed by writer/director Martin McDonagh’s screenplay; it’s less a drama and more a rumination about the failings of humanity.
Although not a single line has been retained from Shakespeare's "Macbeth," "Throne of Blood" represents one of the best (if not the best) screen versions of the story.
It plays out as expected without ever being predictable - a bold, uncompromising film that doesn’t self-censor.
First-time director Goran Stolevski takes chances, doesn’t underestimate his audience, and tells a story worth telling.
At a time when many comic book franchises are seeking to go bigger, this down-to-earth approach offers a welcome reprieve.
Brooks offers humor that targets the brain rather than the gut. There are some laugh-out-loud moments but the primary tone is “amusing” rather than “hilarious.”
U.S. Home Release Date: 2022-05-17
MPAA Rating: "R" (Profanity, Sexual Content, Drugs)
Director: Paul Thomas Anderson
Cast: Cooper Hoffman, Maya Rudolph, Christine Ebersole, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, John Michael Higgins, Benny Safdie, Bradley Cooper, Tom Waits, Sean Penn, Alana Haim, Skyler Gisondo
Sweet and romantic with plenty of offbeat quirks and unexpected beats while never becoming saccharine or artificial.