Posts tagged with "Drama"

Kristen Stewart’s fine-tuned performance is as forthright and aware as actress Jean Seberg was politically and romantically fearless.

Director Marielle Heller plays her Mister Rogers keynotes of understanding and acceptance as nice as pie.

The score-settling cause that these Fox News women go to bat for packs a stinging wallop.

Harrowing, tragic, humbling and heroically played out.

Whatever conflicts the March sisters confront, their core strength, as ever, is rooted in ties that bind.

Catherine Deneuve as a fading star with the imperious spirit of a diva? Mais oui!

Director Ken Loach has been flying the underdog flag for a staggering 52 years. And bless him, he still cares as fiercely as ever.

A love story that transcends words is reinforced year by year and stone by stone.

The damage done in writer-director Francois Ozon’s incriminating story is as sharply drawn as an assault.

As sportscar racer Ken Miles, Christian Bale is a study in hawkish single-mindedness.

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