While it has enough plot and characters to warrant being a miniseries rather than a movie that clocks in under two hours, the historical drama Misbehaviour deserves an immense amount of credit for packing a lot of detail, entertainment value, and great performances into such a modest package.
Don’t hope for too much of an explanation as to what might be happening in I’m Thinking of Ending Things. This isn’t that type of movie. Nor is it a work of avant garde cinema that allows viewers to draw their own conclusions.
Swerving around many of the cliched potholes modern day biopics about famous performers all too frequently and gleefully drive over at full speed, Judy smartly profiles its larger-than-life subject and talent at a couple of fixed, well chosen points in time rather than mounting a standard riches to rags tale.
Irish actress Jessie Buckley has been a superstar in waiting for quite some time now, and her latest effort, the musical drama Wild Rose (which opens in Toronto this weekend and expands across Canada in the following weeks) should hopefully be the performance that catapults her to such lofty heights.
Irish actress Jessie Buckley delivers the biggest star making performance of the year in director Tom Harper’s electrifying crowd pleaser Wild Rose. As budding 23 year old country singer Rose-Lynn…
Beast, writer-director Michael Pearce’s unlikely mash-up of a rural romantic drama and a serial killer film, is haunting, disturbing, and remarkably nuanced.
We catch up with British writer-director Michael Pearce to talk about his debut feature Beast (opening in select Canadian cities on Friday, June 15), a moral and thrilling relationship drama set in his former hometown of Jersey in the Channel Islands.