Movie Reviews tagged Biography

  • Final Portrait Review

    The paramount theme in Stanley Tucci’s Final Portrait is that of tedium. The narrative revolves around the art of a portrait, at the hands of a perpetual perfectionist, thus meaning we have to wait, ages, and ages, and ages, for him to get it right. Then even when we believe he has done, he rips it up and starts all over again. Naturally, this doesn’t exactly sound like a desirable cinematic…
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  • The Glass Castle Review

    The result has a fair deal in common with a literal glass castle. It might’ve been made with good intentions, but was destined to collapse.
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  • Maudie Review

    In spite of the warmth that emanates from this title, it can be accused of feeling a little televisual in its approach, as the sort of film you’d happily sit down and watch on a quiet Sunday afternoon
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  • Churchill Review

    While compelling in parts, Churchill may well have found its home more so on a smaller screen, feeling all too televisual in its approach.
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