It’s impossible to overstate Alan Turing’s role in shaping the world we know today.
Narratively, the film conveys a back-and-forth between Cheryl’s hike and her past.
At the climax of an ultimately futile night of romance, a lonely and classically western woman unsuccessfully serenades an apathetic suitor by means of a faux piano.
Early in Force Majeure, a young, good-looking family — father, mother, son and daughter — is having lunch at an outdoor restaurant of a ski resort in the French Alps. The vista, a gleaming and snow-packed mountain, is almost overwhelmingly spectacular. A controlled explosion in the distance triggers an avalanche that commands the attention of…
The perils of overdramatization and cliché are so commonplace in biopics that the mere mention of these dangers is almost a cliché in itself.
Katniss Everdeen’s first cinematic arrow managed to hit its mark despite a subtle wavering. The second split its predecessor like a bolt from a resurrected Howard Hill.
The breakthrough feature from 29-year-old director Damien Chazelle is as ambitious as its protagonist, a fledgling but immensely talented and driven jazz drummer.
The stakes are high in Christopher Nolan’s universe. If you don’t leave the theater feeling a bit dazed, then the man hasn’t done his job.
Alejandro G. Iñárritu’s Birdman, which opens Friday in Oklahoma City, is audaciously exhilarating and wonderfully weird.
This documentary chronicles a proto-punk band in the 1970s that formed to rebel against Detroit’s slick Motown crooning.