Movie Editor's Picks tagged Drama and History

  • The Disaster Artist Review (Toronto International Film Festival)

    Tommy Wiseau’s mystery has captivated the underbelly of pop culture for more than a decade, ever since he unleashed The Room on audiences in 2003. A twisted, undecipherable romantic drama, hailed as the “best worst movie” of all time, it has…

    Tommy Wiseau’s mystery has captivated the underbelly of pop culture for more than a decade, ever since he unleashed The Room on audiences in 2003. A twisted, undecipherable romantic drama, hailed as the “best worst movie” of all time, it has left a unique footprint in cinema, one that brings folks together, gets them laughing and begging for answers to questions like: Who is Tommy Wiseau, and how did his cult classic find the light of day?

    Wiseau’s friend and The Room co-star, Greg…
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  • 3 reasons why Dunkirk won’t win Best Picture

    Sure, it’s the best picture of the year so far, but can Dunkirk really win the Academy’s top prize?

    Sure, it’s the best picture of the year so far, but can Dunkirk really win the Academy’s top prize?
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  • Dunkirk Review

    Dunkirk is currently the best picture of the year and it could quite possibly hold onto that title well into awards season.

    Dunkirk is currently the best picture of the year and it could quite possibly hold onto that title well into awards season.
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  • First Dunkirk reactions are in; Critics "pleasantly surprised" by Harry Styles

    The first reactions are in for Christopher Nolan’s war epic Dunkirk.

    The first reactions are in for Christopher Nolan’s war epic Dunkirk.
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Entries tagged Drama and History

  • Downton Abbey: A New Era Review

    The first Downton Abbey had its charms, but it lacked genuine stakes. Granted, the Downton Abbey series wasn’t always conflict-heavy, but it did explore the Titanic’s sinking, World War I, and death. And what was the main conflict in the…

    The first Downton Abbey had its charms, but it lacked genuine stakes. Granted, the Downton Abbey series wasn’t always conflict-heavy, but it did explore the Titanic’s sinking, World War I, and death. And what was the main conflict in the movie? Will the servants get to wait on the King and Queen? There was a simplistic appeal, but the premise just as easily could’ve worked as a TV episode. Downton Abbey: A New Era feels worthier of cinema. That’s partly because it’s about…
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  • Being the Ricardos Review

    In Being the Ricardos, Nicole Kidman finds the line between Lucille and Lucy.

    In Being the Ricardos, Nicole Kidman finds the line between Lucille and Lucy.
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  • The Last Duel Review

    The Last Duel belongs to Jodie Comer.

    The Last Duel belongs to Jodie Comer.
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  • The Eyes of Tammy Faye Review

    The Eyes of Tammy Faye warrants comparison to I, Tonya, giving us a more nuanced understanding of a disgraced public figure.

    The Eyes of Tammy Faye warrants comparison to I, Tonya, giving us a more nuanced understanding of a disgraced public figure.
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