The message here is that there is more to life than serious pursuits and that sometimes you should just “let yourself go.”
“An actor’s job is to capture the soul of a character and then liberate it at one point,” says Manzar Sehbai.
Beautifully shot, with a strong story and many unforgettable characters and moments, Bol’s one major flaw is that it attempts to tackle far too many issues in one go.
While visually one is left satisfied, plot-wise the final Harry Potter movie can be lacking.
Although Wenders and 3-D are an unlikely combination, the mix makes absolute sense after watching the film.
While some might find the film to be incredibly outlandish, others may consider this to be an important study of one man’s depression and how it affects his life.
Margin Call falls short largely because of the unsure treatment of the material.
Win Win is not so much a study of morality as it is an inspection of how ordinary people behave when faced with their small-time lapses in rectitude.
People from around the world answer the following questions: What do you fear most? What do you love? What makes you laugh? What’s inside your pocket?
Made in Dagenham may well deal with a specific movement and era, but the issues it raises remain timeless.