Review: The Shape of Water

Review: The Shape of Water

From the decadence of a romantic opera-style theatre to the pastels and pie displays of a midcentury diner to the steely government labs, The Shape of Water is a love letter to the Cold War era.

Review: I, Tonya

Margot Robbie skillfully embraces the skater's vulnerability without ever showing her as pathetic; Harding's innate competitor’s pride and defiant spirit remain throughout, and that’s what always made Harding such a compelling figure.

Review: Frankenstein

One of the many unique aspects of this adaptation of the classic story by Mary Shelley is that Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller have the capacity to trade roles as the eponymous scientist and his troubled creation, each actor knowing the lines of each character and fully versed in each role. In this showing on Halloween night at the Lucas, we got the treat of Cumberbatch himself as the Creature. It is, quite simply, the performance of a lifetime.

Review: Downsizing

Matt Damon along with the eerily comedic cast portray the lengths gone to achieve the goals of consumerism.

Risk: The closest look yet at Julian Assange

"What Assange did is of historic importance. He pioneered journalistic methods that most big publishers have now learned from... At the same time, he has a major ego. He can be quite abusive."

Holly Hunter: ‘Women will not be ignored or denied anymore’

"There's a real paradigm shift now because women can respond in real time. Now they will be believed when they say this is happening to them."
In addition to being one of the Peach State’s proudest exports, she has become the virtual embodiment of the notion of the independent, truth-telling woman

A film festival looks at 20

Andra Reeve-Rabb discusses the SCAD Savannah Film Festival, the industry, and its current challenges
Reeve-Rabb came to SCAD after a long and fruitful career casting shows such as The Big Bang Theory and multiple shows in the CSI franchise

Sir Patrick Stewart entertains and enlightens in SCAD Savannah Film Fest Q&A

“I thought if Hugh Jackman can cry then I certainly can. I let it out, too,” Stewart laughed.

Review: Beatriz At Dinner

Throughout the film, small doses of magical realism soften the edges of its harsh and timely reality. As predator chases prey and cancer eats away, any shred of tenderness and compassion from a dinner guest is welcome, but often disappoints.


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