Movie Editor's Picks tagged Crime and Drama

  • Why Good Time mustn’t be forgotten come awards season

    It wouldn’t be at all surprising if Pattinson earned a Best Actor nomination for his riveting work here. Of course Pattinson isn’t the only reason why Good Time mustn’t be forgotten come awards season.

    It wouldn’t be at all surprising if Pattinson earned a Best Actor nomination for his riveting work here. Of course Pattinson isn’t the only reason why Good Time mustn’t be forgotten come awards season.
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    twilight ended years ago, try to move on. If r. pattinson became famous starring in comic book movie he shouldn't have shedded anything. The amount of hate men have for this movies is crazy but they are ones that bring it up all the time in articles. MOVE on.
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  • Logan Lucky Review

    Logan Lucky is about a group of criminals that seem dumb on the surface, but turn out to be smarter than they appear. Likewise, the film itself is much smarter than the ads might have you think.

    Logan Lucky is about a group of criminals that seem dumb on the surface, but turn out to be smarter than they appear. Likewise, the film itself is much smarter than the ads might have you think.
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  • Joe Pesci joins Robert De Niro and Al Pacino for Scorsese's The Irishman

    Joe Pesci has officially joined Al Pacino and Robert De Niro in Martin Scorsese’s upcoming gangster crime film The Irishman. According to Deadline, Pesci has signed up after originally saying no multiple times. He will play Russell Bufalino, a…

    Joe Pesci has officially joined Al Pacino and Robert De Niro in Martin Scorsese’s upcoming gangster crime film The Irishman. According to Deadline, Pesci has signed up after originally saying no multiple times. He will play Russell Bufalino, a Mafia boss out of Pennsylvania.

    Harvey Keitel and Bobby Cannavale are also in talks to join. Pesci and Scorsese have done three films together, most memorably 1990’s Goodfellas.

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  • Murder on the Orient Express - Trailer

    A lavish train ride through Europe quickly unfolds into the thrilling mystery of thirteen strangers stranded on a train, where everyone’s a suspect. One man must race against time to solve the puzzle before the murderer strikes again.

    A lavish train ride through Europe quickly unfolds into the thrilling mystery of thirteen strangers stranded on a train, where everyone’s a suspect. One man must race against time to solve the puzzle before the murderer strikes again.
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Entries tagged Crime and Drama

  • The Outfit Review

    What if Alfred Hitchcock directed a bottle episode of The Sopranos? You’d have the wickedly entertaining crime drama that is The Outfit.

    What if Alfred Hitchcock directed a bottle episode of The Sopranos? You’d have the wickedly entertaining crime drama that is The Outfit.
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  • The Batman Review

    Matt Reeves finds the middle ground between Burton’s otherworldliness and Nolan’s sophistication, but The Batman never feels like a retread.

    Matt Reeves finds the middle ground between Burton’s otherworldliness and Nolan’s sophistication, but The Batman never feels like a retread.
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  • Death on the Nile Review

    While it doesn’t get to the murder as quickly as Orient Express does, Death on the Nile is a more atmospheric and aesthetically interesting picture.

    While it doesn’t get to the murder as quickly as Orient Express does, Death on the Nile is a more atmospheric and aesthetically interesting picture.
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  • Nightmare Alley Review

    Nightmare Alley is among del Toro’s most grounded films, trading the supernatural for psychological thrills.

    Nightmare Alley is among del Toro’s most grounded films, trading the supernatural for psychological thrills.
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