Sunday, January 31
Movie Review: Baby Done
“Baby Done” is a warm, charming and likable romantic comedy, the kind you can keep on in the background...

#1 Movie in America
The jury is very much still out on the box-office potential of Ben Affleck — as a director.

Review: The Little Things
Trailers for “The Little Things,” in typical this-is-a-very-serious-movie fashion, stack the names of the film’s three stars...

Review: The Dig
Occasionally, “The Dig” plays with time in ways so subtle you might not notice them.


Sunday, January 24
#1 Movie in America
Liam Neeson believed that “Taken” would be “a little side road” on his career, suspecting that the action film would likely go straight to video.


Saturday, January 23
Review: Our Friend
A certifiable weeper like the heartbreaking drama “Our Friend” may seem to be precisely not what the world needs right now...

January 2021 Forecast
Times have changed in January, my semi-favourite month.

Review: The White Tiger
I’m not sure why “The White Tiger,” a respectable adaptation of a best-selling novel, left me feeling so flat.


Tuesday, January 19
#1 Movie in America
When is a film that makes nearly $400 million dollars worldwide a franchise-busting disappointment?

Review: Pieces of a Woman
“Pieces of a Woman” is a somber, well-meaning drama that often feels like it exists on two levels.

Review: One Night in Miami
There’s often a rush to define what, precisely, a film is about.

Review: Outside the Wire
What kind of movie are people looking for from the crimson streaming monolith?


Saturday, January 9
Movie Review: Soul
“Life is a journey, not a destination.”

Review: Pieces of a Woman
It’s very rare that a single performance carries a film quite this much.

Review: Fatale
Remarkable only in how unremarkable it is, the flat thriller “Fatale” is not technically deficient in any meaningful way.


Saturday, January 2
Review: Soul
As if prior films had left any doubt, Pixar is not limited by the bounds of family-friendly animation.

Review: News of the World
Whenever a modern filmmaker attempts to make a throwback western, they inevitably lean into the back-breaking hopelessness of life in the 1800s.




     


 
 

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