Movie Reviews Editor's Picks tagged Comedy, 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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Movie Reviews tagged Comedy, 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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  • Pride review

    “about as good as British cinema has had to offer in recent years.”

    “about as good as British cinema has had to offer in recent years.”
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  • The Monuments Men Review

    “Set amidst the Second World War, Clooney is Frank Stokes, who is left to assemble a group of art collectors and historians to proceed into the war-zone, and reclaim several pieces of valuable, significant art that the Nazis have taken”…

    “Set amidst the Second World War, Clooney is Frank Stokes, who is left to assemble a group of art collectors and historians to proceed into the war-zone, and reclaim several pieces of valuable, significant art that the Nazis have taken”…
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    Clooney needs to wake up and realise that this is 2014. War films that are all pro-america and anti-everyone else have been overdone.
    Barbara
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