Curtis Hanson does a masterful job of directing this riveting, complex rendition of the James Ellroy novel.
We all have a favourite film, a preferred comic book or a song that makes us want to stand up and dance. So when a highly anticipated movie sequel comes along, heading to the big screen is an easy way to indulge our senses.
Body-painting is an old artistic form of expression, which has been applied since prehistoric man. Throughout history, these artistic decorations of the skin have been used by various cultures around the world, especially at ritual ceremonies.
Why is it that artistic brilliance is so often accompanied by such unfathomable emotional and psychological dysfunction and suffering that the star implodes and we are left with darkness long before we have been touched by all its facets?
Dustin Hoffman gives an outstanding performance as Ted Kramer, a career-obsessed Dad whose six-year-old son teaches him about love.
A courtroom is an ideal setting for the dramatic playing out of conflict between two sides of an issue, the heart of all compelling stories. Here are five classics in the genre.
My selections are based on actresses who I feel have great screen presence and have shown versatility, but most of all, who are very believable in their performances.
While the story is compelling and the acting strong, lapses in credibility weaken what could have been a powerful film.
Director Ang Lee’s beautiful rendering of the bittersweet Annie Proulx story of two lonely cowboys who fall in love on a Wyoming mountain in 1963.
Filmmaker Patrick Takaya Solomon has taken the messages to the world inherent in Joseph Campbell’s lifetime of work and presented them in a film that is both highly personal and wonderfully accessible to a general audience.