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Zero Dark Thirty

Zero Dark Thirty

Zero Dark Thirty    11 Jan 2013

R 157 minReleased

7.4
IMDB: 7.4/10 224,741 votes

Zero Dark Thirty, Kathryn Bigelow’s thriller concerning the hunt for Osama bin Laden, will arrive in theaters subsequent week already toting a hefty burden of ideological and emotional baggage. Political commentators—lots of whom haven’t but seen the film—have criticized the movie for its illustration of torture, which, they argue, is proven to have performed a bigger function within the bin Laden manhunt than it the truth is did. (I’ll get to the query of the film’s therapy of torture additional ...

Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor    25 May 2001

PG-13 183 minReleased

6.1
IMDB: 6.1/10 265,058 votes

The extra deft cinema turns into lately at creating spectacle by means of laptop graphics and the like, the extra preoccupied it appears to get with archival movie at its most hazy and incomplete. Perhaps JFK‘s three-hour-long infatuation with the Zapruder movie kicked off this development but it surely reached its pinnacle (or nadir, relying on what you consider it) with Saving Non-public Ryan‘s twenty-minute restaging of the D-Day landings. This sequence’s unfocused, dizzying cinematography presumably jars the viewer into ...

Saving Private Ryan

Saving Private Ryan

Saving Private Ryan    24 Jul 1998

R 169 minReleased

8.6
IMDB: 8.6/10 940,788 votes

In the same year that Terrence Malick was making his World War II masterpiece The Thin Red Line, Steven Spielberg was fighting for the same talent pool to join him and Tom Hanks in their own World War II film, Saving Private Ryan. Like Malick’s movie, Spielberg got himself a large group of known actors to play cameos, while much of the lead went to unknowns (with the exception of Hanks). Saving Private Ryan tells the story of Captain Miller (Tom ...

Mohenjo Daro

Mohenjo Daro

Mohenjo Daro    12 Aug 2016

N/A 155 minReleased

6.0
IMDB: 6.0/10 7,898 votes

ohenjo Daro presents the age-old story of good versus bad in times so alien to all of us. Despite having a spectacular set, the film doesn’t give any great insights into history or the civilisation. There is hard work for sure. Full points to the team for recreating that era. I felt transported to that era, bought into their stories also but I feel sorry that the film didn’t cut much ice with me. Watch it for the sheer magnificence, ...

Genius

Genius

Genius    10 Jun 2016

PG-13 104 minReleased

6.5
IMDB: 6.5/10 9,622 votes

Set in the late 1920s/early 1930s New York City, Genius tells the story of famous Scribner editor Max Perkins (Colin Firth), who was the editor for legendary literary figures such as Thomas Wolfe (Jude Law), Ernest Hemingway (Dominic West) and F. Scott Fitzgerald (Guy Pearce). Not a bad resume of writers. The main focus of the film is on Perkins' relationship with Wolfe, the brash, loud and immensely talented young scribe, whose first novel Look Homeward, Angel, was a massive ...

Ip Man 3

Ip Man 3

Ip Man 3    24 Dec 2015

PG-13 105 minReleased

7.1
IMDB: 7.1/10 27,782 votes

Wilson Yip’s newest addition to his Ip Man film series, Ip Man 3, is a wildly entertaining and surprisingly poignant feature effort that lacks only in plot structure and character development: two completely unimportant aspects of any film. Of course, in the case of a martial-arts film so brilliantly choreographed and shot as this one, that last part really is true. Ip Man 3 suffers from its lack of story-arc dynamics only when isolated from its excellent displays of Wing ...

Anthropoid 2016

Anthropoid 2016

Anthropoid    09 Sep 2016

R 120 minReleased

7.2
IMDB: 7.2/10 20,316 votes

Do we call Anthropoid a thriller? Sean Ellis' earnest, day-ruining WWII bullet-a-thon is rooted in fact but comes on like pulp fiction in its first reels, hitting secret-mission story beats old enough to have served in the big war. As freedom fighters Josef (Jamie Dornan) and Jan (Cillian Murphy) skulk about 1942 Prague, cooking up a plan to assassinate the powerful Nazi Reinhard Heydrich, they face the usual suspense-building Hollywood silliness. Every Nazi at a nightclub eyeballs them with drunk suspicion, ...

The Finest Hours 2016

The Finest Hours 2016

The Finest Hours    29 Jan 2016

PG-13 117 minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 42,774 votes

The first new movie I’ve seen in the new year, The Finest Hours, seeds its sea-based tale of heroics by the Coast Guard during a 1950s rescue operation with many—too many—interesting themes. The somewhat disjointed Disney movie, made with several writers and the director of the excellent Lars and the Real Girl, Craig Gillespie, is pieced together for an exciting, involving and challenging fact-based finish. The Finest Hours (screened in 3D) opens this Friday. Chris Pine (Into the Woods, Star Trek) ...

Patriots Day 2016

Patriots Day 2016

Patriots Day    13 Jan 2017

R 133 minReleased

7.4
IMDB: 7.4/10 26,120 votes

The year is 2013 and Boston police officer Tommy Saunders (Mark Wahlberg) is on the last day of his semi-official suspension for a previous incident, just in time for him to help handle crowd control at April’s annual Boston Marathon. Meanwhile, people from around the city of Boston as well as the state of Massachusetts itself – ranging from Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis (John Goodman) to Massachusetts governor Deval Patrick (Michael Beach) – prepare for the event too, as ...

Gods of Egypt

Gods of Egypt

Gods of Egypt    26 Feb 2016

PG-13 126 minReleased

5.5
IMDB: 5.5/10 70,821 votes

Given diversity in Hollywood is currently a hot topic of debate, the so-called #OscarsSoWhite Academy Awards rolling out its red carpet on Monday, the timing of director Alex Proyas’ epic turkey Gods of Egypt could hardly be worse. Months before anyone had even seen it, the movie had a bad record. Both Proyas and the studio, Lionsgate, issued statements apologising for casting so many Caucasians in a film based in, well, Africa. The situation is reminiscent of the controversy that greeted the ...

Denial

Denial

Denial    21 Oct 2016

PG-13 109 minReleased

6.6
IMDB: 6.6/10 6,193 votes

Could you prove the Holocaust happened? That’s the deceptively simple challenge facing Emory University professor and historian Deborah Lipstadt (Rachel Weisz) in “Denial,” the excellent fact-based drama from Mick Jackson (“The Bodyguard”) and super-adapter David Hare (“The Reader”; “The Hours”). Back in 1993, Lipstadt inadvertently sews the seeds of that conundrum when she refers to Hitler scholar David Irving (Timothy Spall) as a Holocaust denier in her book about the Holocaust denial movement, accusations that prompt him and two aides to ...

Eddie the Eagle

Eddie the Eagle

Eddie the Eagle    26 Feb 2016

PG-13 106 minReleased

7.4
IMDB: 7.4/10 52,565 votes

Anyone who gets sentimental about underdog sports movies should strap on a pair of skis and get to a screening. “Eddie the Eagle” oozes a feel-good vibe as it cleanly reimagines the story of real-life British ski jumper Michael “Eddie” Edwards, who goes from bumbling novice to bumbling Olympian with the help of a few funny montages, plenty of cheesiness and a load of special effects. For British cinephiles, this movie is like heaven. Director Dexter Fletcher (Soap in “Lock, Stock ...

Free State of Jones

Free State of Jones

Free State of Jones    24 Jun 2016

R 139 minReleased

6.9
IMDB: 6.9/10 26,222 votes

Free State of Jones tells a story unknown to most Americans, and I daresay most Adventists. It’s a compelling narrative of racial conflict, the drama, desperation and cruel senselessness of war, and the complexity of ordinary people’s lives even after the shooting stops. It tells the tale of one Newton Knight, a small, white farmer in southeastern Mississippi (Jones County, specifically—hence the film’s title). His story is portrayed by Matthew McConaughey, currently of the Lincoln television commercials’ fame. The connection to ...

The King’s Speech

The King’s Speech

The King's Speech    25 Dec 2010

R 118 minReleased

8.0
IMDB: 8.0/10 525,745 votes

Harrowing, funny, and instructive are an unusual combination of adjectives, but they aptly apply to Tom Hooper’s “The King’s Speech”. Colin Firth as the socially anxious George VI and Geoffrey Rush as the insightful speech trainer Lionel Logue, both give sensitive, commanding and convincing performances. In this film stuttering, known by the British term stammering, is almost on full display. The verbal behaviours of repetitions, prolongations and blocks plus the secondary struggle behaviours of eye twitching, head jerking and mouth/facial contortions, ...

Sully

Sully

Sully    09 Sep 2016

PG-13 96 minReleased

7.5
IMDB: 7.5/10 121,540 votes

On January 15, 2009, flight 1549 from Laguardia Airport in New York to Charlotte Douglas International Airport in North Carolina was hit by a flock of birds midair, causing a double engine fail. Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger was forced to land the plane carrying 155 people into the frigid water of the Hudson River. Sully, directed by Clint Eastwood, depicts not only the crash itself but the aftermath of the crash. Eastwood analyzes the perspective of Captain Sully as he ...

Hacksaw Ridge 2016

Hacksaw Ridge 2016

Hacksaw Ridge    04 Nov 2016

R 139 minReleased

8.2
IMDB: 8.2/10 159,681 votes

On the subject of any American war, it’s hard to get past labels. Either you support the war, which makes you a warmonger, or you are against the war, which makes you an appeaser. We are hawks or doves, jingoists or pacifists. Choose we must, and most tend to choose the supporting side. This is why, in Mel Gibson’s 2016 movie “Hacksaw Ridge,” that the main character, Desmond Dawes, is repeatedly associated with the rare birds of North America. He occupies ...

Hidden Figures 2016

Hidden Figures 2016

Hidden Figures    06 Jan 2017

PG 127 minReleased

7.9
IMDB: 7.9/10 45,186 votes

Hidden Figures, is the true story of the black female mathematicians and scientists that were instrumental in the successful launch of Friendship 7, the first successful US manned orbit of the earth in 1962. It was the height of the space race, and NASA was aggressively competing with the Russians. It was a huge operation based in Langley Virginia and there was a handful of black women working on the project. The film focuses on three of them, Katharine Johnson ...