Despite its preponderance of blood and guts and sinew-slathering, bone-smacking gore, Bones and All isn’t exactly a movie about cannibalism.
The Phantom of the Open is a biopic of a refreshingly under-told story of an amateur player that let nothing stop him from etching his name into golf history.
The film is a bit smart for its own good, twisting for the sake of twists and leaning too heavily on the use of exposition and flashbacks to reveal surprising information.
The veteran fantasy filmmaker tells the story of a virtual-reality artist much like himself.
Joe Wright’s biopic captures a great leader but not the people who empowered him.
Steven Spielberg’s historical drama both depicts and invites measured conversations.