Manchester by the Sea’s protagonist represents the distillation of uncommunicative masculinity as well as its deleterious effects.
Split is already being heralded as M. Night Shyamalan’s “return to form.” It’s not.
Shepherds and Butchers’s biggest failing is its inability to consider race with any nuance – surprising, given its apartheid-era setting.
Live By Night begins as the gangster film we’ve seen before – Boston, molls, tommy guns and prohibition.
We’re so pretty, oh so pretty … vacant.
A xXx movie doesn’t make a whole lot of sense in 2017, but maybe it doesn’t need to.
Thanks to Universal Pictures Australia, ccpopculture has 10 double passes to give away to Split, releasing in Australian cinemas Thursday January 26th.
The fourth season of To Love-Ru takes fanservice to the extreme.
Good or bad, biopics are a form of public relations: a way of reinforcing, challenging or establishing the public perception of their subject. Jackie is a biopic about how those PR decisions are made.
My favourite films of a rough year.