Movie Reviews tagged Drama, Mystery and Thriller

  • Ad Astra Review

    With echoes of Kubrick, Nolan, and even Malick, Ad Astra is a film that reaches for the stars in more ways than one.

    With echoes of Kubrick, Nolan, and even Malick, Ad Astra is a film that reaches for the stars in more ways than one.
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  • You Were Never Really Here Review

    At less than ninety minutes, Ramsay and editor Joe Bini manage to make You Were Never Really Here a film that feels simultaneously deeply rich and incredibly sparse.

    At less than ninety minutes, Ramsay and editor Joe Bini manage to make You Were Never Really Here a film that feels simultaneously deeply rich and incredibly sparse.
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  • Three Days of the Condor - Review

    Robert Redford is always on the move in his pictures. In Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, he was on the run from the law; in The Sting, he’s constantly circling his mark; and in A Walk in the Woods, he’s simply walking. The peak-Redford era…

    Robert Redford is always on the move in his pictures. In Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, he was on the run from the law; in The Sting, he’s constantly circling his mark; and in A Walk in the Woods, he’s simply walking. The peak-Redford era hit Three Days of the Condor, receiving a magnificent Blu-ray release, sees the veteran actor doing his best to keep hitmen off his scent, while figuring out a conspiracy that engulfs not only him, but the entire US – and as it starkly questions just
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  • White Bird in a Blizzard - Review

    With her impressive performance in Insurgent, not to mention her empathetic turn in The Fault in our Stars – yet again Shailene Woodley is the best thing about an underwhelming movie, starring in Gregg Araki’s overtly melodramatic feature White…

    With her impressive performance in Insurgent, not to mention her empathetic turn in The Fault in our Stars – yet again Shailene Woodley is the best thing about an underwhelming movie, starring in Gregg Araki’s overtly melodramatic feature White Bird in a Blizzard. The young, talented actress manages to find a strand of subtlety in what is otherwise one of the most unashamedly unsubtle films you will see this year.

    Woodley is playing Kat Connor, a teenage who arrives home one evening to…
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