On its own terms, it’s a dazzling achievement, a heady motion picture that employs state-of-the-art visuals to punch across its alternately tough and tender story of love, loss and identity.
Happening Oct. 28 – Nov. 4, this year celebrates the festival’s 20th anniversary
SCAD will honor Hollywood luminaries Salma Hayek Pinault, Patrick Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Aaron Sorkin, John Boyega, and Holly Hunter at the 2017 SCAD Savannah Film Festival. From October 28 to November 4, the festival, celebrating its 20th anniversary, will honor excellence in film with screenings, workshops, and a star-studded red carpet.
Great movies, both well-known and not so much.
The return of Rick Deckard, Queen Victoria … and Madea!
IT GOT off to a strong start, and by "it," we mean both the fall film season and the Stephen King cinematic property that broke several box office records when it opened on Sept. 8.The fall season continues with the Sept. 15 releases of mother! and American Assassin and will end in October, as November will see the launch of the year-end commercial and/or critical behemoths (jump-started by Thor: Ragnarok on Nov. 3).
This new It is a respectable addition to the King cinematic canon, but it will be the adults-only second installment that will make or break the overall project
There are precious few characters who don’t look and sound like they just got back from molesting Ned Beatty alongside the Georgia river.
More straightforward than many other documentaries about kids in competition, Step isn’t as richly detailed or narratively mutable as something like Hoop Dreams or Spellbound.
Stripped of dramatic heft, the film mainly plays like the YA-sanctioned adventures of a young boy who gets to hang out with a gunslinger and fight a wicked sorcerer
The sort of movie in which nothing is as it seems, with a full menu of double-crosses, triple-crosses, false identities, and startling character revelations.
To suggest that Dunkirk is a movie lacking in emotion because it’s lacking in sharply etched players is incorrect. Director Christopher Nolan’s strength here is his ability to place audiences right into the thick of the various struggles taking place by air, land and sea.
Andy Serkis again excels in the role that arguably will surpass Gollum as his most iconic.
Writer-director Edgar Wright deserves the lion’s share of the kudos, not only for assembling a note-perfect cast but also for providing them with dialogue that’s often a pleasure to encounter.