‘The Curse of La Llorona’ fails to standout as a horror film but manages a few striking scenes.
“If Beale Street Could Talk” is a strong film that generates emotional appeal, yet doesn’t fully embrace its dramatic potential.
“Halloween” doesn’t rely solely on over-the-top gore to punctuate its terror in the minds of the audience; the viewer is left at the mercy of the filmmakers — much the same as the victims being terrorized on screen.
The best element that the film has to offer is a stellar directorial feature by Krasinski.
Wes Anderson delivers another distinctly packaged bundle of joy as the film balances fresh execution of his familiar themes with wondrous animation and enchanting world-building.
Fueled by intimate and enthralling footage that can’t be seen anywhere else, the film balances hard-hitting journalism and the humanity of the Hamiltons’ fight.
Frankie Shaw created and stars in Showtime’s new show, “SMILF,” which premiered on Sunday.
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