Movie Reviews Editor's Picks tagged Drama

  • Midsommar Review

    Just as the sun rarely sets in this place, Midsommar wears its audience down like they’ve been strapped under a giant heat lamp.

    Just as the sun rarely sets in this place, Midsommar wears its audience down like they’ve been strapped under a giant heat lamp.
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  • Phantom Thread Review

    Phantom Thread is a confusing, odd, dark, sharply funny and gorgeous 130-minute ride. Fans of Anderson will not be disappointed.

    Phantom Thread is a confusing, odd, dark, sharply funny and gorgeous 130-minute ride. Fans of Anderson will not be disappointed.
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  • Downsizing Review (61st BFI London Film Festival)

    Alexander Payne is one of cinema’s most brilliant and consistent directors to come into the fold in the last two decades with films that have not only balanced heart and humour to wonderful effects but bring us some of the most eclectic group of…

    Alexander Payne is one of cinema’s most brilliant and consistent directors to come into the fold in the last two decades with films that have not only balanced heart and humour to wonderful effects but bring us some of the most eclectic group of characters. Whether it was Miles & Jack as they made their way through the luscious vineyards of California, Warren Schmidt and his travelling RV or Tracy Flick’s ambitions of being class President. So it’s something of a crushing disappointment to…
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  • 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 Drama

  • The Photograph Review

    The Photograph is a bit like a Nicholas Sparks movie, but less reliant on cheap melodrama.

    The Photograph is a bit like a Nicholas Sparks movie, but less reliant on cheap melodrama.
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  • The Rhythm Section Review

    How ironic that a film called The Rhythm Section would be so off-beat.

    How ironic that a film called The Rhythm Section would be so off-beat.
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  • Little Women Review

    Gerwig has not only made arguably the best interpretation of Little Women, but also the freshest.

    Gerwig has not only made arguably the best interpretation of Little Women, but also the freshest.
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    QUOTE :: "in humorous, heartbreaking, and romantic ways. Along with editor Nick Houy, Gerwig blurs the lines between the past and present. We seamlessly transition between the March family’s highest of highs to their lowest of lows. This emphasizes just how much the characters have grown and the life choices that led them here." end quote. I just saw this film today and read some other reviews. The quote from your review really hit me as so true and why the time jumps worked. I thoroughly enjoyed the film and your review helped me figure out WHY. Which I find interesting. Thank You.
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  • Cats Review

    Even if Cats had nine lives, all of them would be dead on arrival.

    Even if Cats had nine lives, all of them would be dead on arrival.
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