The ‘I, Tonya’ biopic of figure skating star Tonya Harding leaves truth of her involvement in attack on rival Nancy Kerrigan in doubt. Allison Janney plays Tonya’s mother, she is superb and nominated for an Oscar.
This poignant, honest, affectionate look at young adulthood in a California Catholic school shatters stereotypes and makes us laugh.
‘Dunkirk’ is surely the best Hollywood war movie since ‘Master and Commander.’ It may be an all-time classic. It’s historically accurate and moving.
“Jordan Peele has instantaneously become a force to reckon with as a gifted and enormously talented director and filmmaker,” said CinemaCon’s Managing Director Mitch Neuhauser.
Does an alien flick that villainizes humanity have a chance of winning?
The best apology Mel Gibson will ever give.
Those 14 Oscar nods notwithstanding, the nominations are out and indicative of positive things happening with the Academy. Most notably is recognized diversity.