Michael Apted had the discipline not to impose liberal ideology on his films.
The longing that causes Hillary Hayward-Thomas to reinvent herself is the same force powering social-media mobs and hashtag activism.
The Faustian life choices of this most glamorous star parallel decisions of her many movie characters.
Hollywood rails against fracking, but production companies are happy to benefit from subsidies generated by oil producers.
He sounds about as upset as theatre-experience proponent Christopher Nolan.
Mank is a new myth from Hollywood’s bully-boy filmmaker.
The Nineties film points toward a troubling lack of ethics.
Americana for our age: Booze, opioids, and ignorance. But Glenn Close, at least, sails past the white-trash clichés.
He has apparently “never thought too much about what it means.”