What a beautiful day, indeed, when you realize that this movie, this man, existed in this world.
Firing on all cylinders is nothing new for Christian Bale, Matt Damon, or director James Mangold. Here, they all cross the finish line together.
Don't let the truth get in the way of a good story, and when it comes to "The Irishman," this is one heck of a tale, with some of the best there have ever been doing some of their career-best work. For real.
If the story of Henry V is a compelling one, you wouldn't know from watching "The King."
It was the surprise, break-out hit at this year's Toronto Film Festival, and as history repeats itself, Dolemite - against all odds - once again finds its way onto the big-screen.
Renee Zellweger might have been missing from our screens for most of the past decade, but she makes up for it and more with a tour de force, career-defining turn as Judy Garland.
It's the true story of Katharine Gunn (Keira Knightley), a British Whistleblower who leaked an important memo to the press, in the build-up to the America-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Taron Egerton sets the bar for Best Actor of 2019 with his electric, transformative portrayal of Elton John in the rock-fantasy, "Rocketman."
Kenneth Branagh has lived to portray William Shakespeare, and does a fine job, but "All is True" seems intended only for fellow die-hard Shakespearean devotees, and no one else.
Chronicling the real-life trials and tribulations of convicted murderer Cameron Todd Willingham, Edward Zwick's by-the-book courtroom drama is ignited by its two lead performances.
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