Independent Spirit Awards: Three films, three approaches to making reel people real
If you are expecting happy endings in life, maybe this isn’t the film for you (or maybe, just maybe, it is).
Jennifer Lawrence fans will want to see this, but there are better horror options out there.
Another Playbook of filmmaking perfection from director David O. Russell.
Serves as light accompaniment to the book, but it rarely captures enough intensity - or clarity - to stand on its own.
A post-hype review.
The Hunger Games is a movie that you don't just walk away from, and we need more of that - much more.
An adaptation of the Suzanne Collins bestseller, The Hunger Games hugely satisfies.
Both engaging and entertaining without sacrificing its smarts. But is this worthy of being THE new franchise?
This is a well-acted film which portrays the taboo subject of mental illness in a family.