Some films you award five stars because the moment they finish you instantly want to begin them again. Prisoners is a five star movie but for a very different reason. That's not to say that I wouldn't watch the film again but I'll maybe give it a while.
Pensylvania suburbanites Hugh Jackman and Terence Howard gather their families to celebrate thanksgiving during which their respective youngest daughters leave the festivities and do not return. Jake Gyllenhaal's Detective Loki begins an…
...and the moral of the story is, just because you're David Bowie's son, doesn't mean you're going to be good at making films.
Duncan Jones' directorial debut is a nice idea but sometimes nice doesn't necessarily mean it's going to be all that interesting, even if you have got Sam Rockwell in the lead. Moon tells the tale of an astronaut coming to the end of a three year babysitting stint of some mining equipment on the moon before he…
There are occasional performances that can be best described as landmark. This is Hilary Swank's fully deserved oscar winning one.
Based on a true story, her portrayal of Teena Brandon, a girl who passed herself off as a boy as a way of dealing with her sexuality is nothing short of jaw dropping. Swank has every male mannerism down to a tee and actually at times manages to persuade the viewer into forgetting that this is a girl. With that…