By James Scott | Monday, February 8, 10:32 am
Happily, the characters could be transplanted into a "straight" adaptation of Austen and would work just fine.
By James Scott | Saturday, January 23, 6:13 pm
Trust no one.
By James Scott | Sunday, January 10, 1:00 pm
The "revenge" storyline isn't the star. The stars are DiCaprio's ferocious performance and the frigid cinematography.
The Hateful Eight may be Tarantino's talkiest film, but it's good talk.
Can there be worse things than discovering your own father is the galaxy's worst villain? Yeah, there can be.
How can a movie about 19th-century whaling be science fiction? I'll tell you how I get there.
He's making a list and checking it twice.
Taking something done a thousand times and putting a fresh spin on it is no mean feat.
The Hunger Games films have actually gotten better with each entry. Too bad that this is the last one.
What else can 007 show me that I haven't seen 23 times before? Turns out the familiar is all it needs, although a couple of interpretations surprised me.
Del Toro's ghosts may be the most disturbing I've ever seen onscreen.
Danny Boyle and Aaron Sorkin dissect the personality of the architect of the computer revolution.
"Sicario" has many good qualities, but plausibility isn't exactly one of them.
The Martian is director Sir Ridley Scott in top form, firmly in command of his mission.
Trying to be genteel about such a subject is disingenuous, if not outright duplicitous.