Spending time with old friends has a way of reviving the people we once were, for good or ill.
As the mystery unravels, Poirot begins to find that his own instincts about crime and justice are inadequate in the face of the fractured world that evil and injustice create.
"Lady Bird" is a delight. I hope “Written and Directed by Greta Gerwig” becomes a title card I see frequently.
If there is something that mother! can be readily admired for, it is its boldness.
What really matters is whether or not he is a good man, what makes him good, and, cosmically (Catholically?), whether or not it is possible to be “good” as a human being in this world. “Original sin,” and whatnot.
The film’s principal protagonist is a young woman named Cathleen. She is both the most devoted of her peers and the one who is most clearly searching for something firm in life.
If we follow the example of the hotshots by rooting for and being with one another despite our differences, our communities may also blossom into something remarkable.
That Jane Goodall accomplished what she accomplished is remarkable. That she did it with the world laughing at her is beyond belief.
To see 78/52 at Sundance was to feel connected to a community of people both in the room and on the screen who love movies.
Writer/director Angela Robinson and crew offer a romantic, biopic that embraces emotion. Unfortunately, the convoluted plot detracts from the film’s provocative material.