Sully

Sully – Review

It's incredible that Clint Eastwood can make one of his best films so late into his career and so soon after one of his worst, American Sniper. Both films demonstrate his uncanny ability to create and...
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Inferno – Review

Dan Brown is something of a miracle writer. His books, worldwide bestsellers one and all, are simultaneously light, page-turning romps and heavy art-history swamps. True to form, David Koepp has kept both of...
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Ithaca – EIFF 2016 Review

Though Tom Hanks’ performance in Ithaca is surely the briefest he’s ever given, it’s one reason why Meg Ryan’s directing debut feels like it could have been a Spielberg movie. Casting repeat co-stars...
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A Hologram For The King – Review

Hanks’ Alan is a fish so far out of water that he’s stuck in the middle of the desert, and that’s about as subtle as the metaphors get. This is Tykwer's post-Cloud Atlas fever dream, a messy and...
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Bridge of Spies – Review

For someone so universally loved, Steven Spielberg can be quite a divisive director. Sometimes his sentimentality and upstanding morals warm your heart, and sometimes they stick in your throat. Bridge of Spies...