Movie Reviews 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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  • 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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Movie Reviews tagged Drama and History

  • 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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  • Judas and the Black Messiah Review

    Judas and the Black Messiah is essential viewing.

    Judas and the Black Messiah is essential viewing.
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  • Radioactive Review

    Rosamund Pike’s layered portrayal of Marie Curie is reason enough to seek out Radioactive.

    Rosamund Pike’s layered portrayal of Marie Curie is reason enough to seek out Radioactive.
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  • 1917 Review

    1917 is an emotional powerhouse that feels just as big as it looks.

    1917 is an emotional powerhouse that feels just as big as it looks.
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