Posts tagged with "Drama"



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

Low acts in high places are the bottom line of filmmaker Scott Z. Burns’s blistering, fact-based feature.

Director Pedro Almodóvar has poured himself into an intimate, unflashy, semi-autobiographical accounting of the ageing process.

Director Bart Freundlich is a brave man indeed to tackle a remake of Danish filmmaker Susanne Bier’s 2006 drama.

After a six-year hiatus from acting, Renée Zellweger is back with a calibrated bang as a woman for whom pressing Pause was always an impossible luxury.

From his spat-out perspective, the world in which Arthur Fleck struggles to exist is malevolently ugly.

Co-directors Ciro Guerra and Cristina Gallego blend actors with non-professionals to uneven but earthy effect.

The power of understatement is everywhere present in writer-director Rodd Rathjen’s debut feature, from Sarm Heng's eloquent silences to the hushed misery that saturates every appalling scene.

Even though her seven-year sentence has been served, Irish convict Clare Carroll is punching bag and sexual prey in 19th-century Tasmania.

After years of doing it tough, jaundiced detective Brett Ridgeman proposes that he and his partner become partners-in-crime by ambushing and robbing a dealer.

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