The editing in this season is something else. It's not often one draws attention to editing of all the possible qualities to praise- especially considering the caliber of acting that Big Little Lies has on exhibit- but 'Once Bitten' evokes a similar feeling that one experiences when watching a horror film, and 'You Get What You Need' is immense in its final act. Nicole Kidman, Alexander Skarsgård, and Shailene Woodley are superb in their use of microexpressions while acting, and Iain Armitage exceeds all expectations as a child actor in his nuanced role.
With each new Toy Story film comes loftier and loftier expectations. I grew up watching the adventures of Woody and Buzz, and the franchise will always hold a special place in my heart. Toy Story 4 doesn't quite compare to the first 3 films of the franchise, but it's hard to deny the enjoyment and inwards look that the film inspires. However, some comic lines and sentimentality felt forced, which is a first for the franchise. Nonetheless, Toy…
Robert Pattinson is unrecognizable as Constantine “Connie” Nikas, a low-life New Yorker who enlists the help of his brother, Nick (Ben Safdie), to commit a bank robbery. The robbery goes wrong and Nick is placed in a Rikers Island holding cell. To make matters worse, Nick is mentally handicapped; his life is in active danger from the other inmates. Good Time chronicles the fever dream of the rescue Connie attempts.
Connie is a rebel. Or, a sociopath. He’s…
Fourth time is the charm.
Hollywood may be able to finally attain closure with A Star Is Born in Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga's rendition of the classic story. Bradley stuns in how authentically he performs his role as a depressed, jealous, and distant musician while Gaga finds another hat to don in this film in addition to her prowess as a pop star: actress.