Quick Take: Point Blank
In this remake, the twists feel expected. The cast is good enough though.
The film is perhaps needlessly long, yet compellingly disturbing.
Quick Take: Spider-Man: Far from Home
The story may be on the silly side, but the 3D visuals, charm and action all deliver.
Review: God’s Own Country
The film works hard to make us wipe a tear from our eyes.
Review: The Day the Earth Stood Still
On the whole, the acting is OK, but not the film’s strongest ingredient. Its direction, design and ideas are far more compelling.
Review: Song of the South
As a forerunner to Mary Poppins (1964), the movie was technically significant.
Quick Take: Annabelle Comes Home
Vera Farmiga and Patrick Wilson are terrific together, but they only show up here to bookend a basically dumb story.
Review: Sense and Sensibility
A smart adaptation that modernized the dialogue, simplifying it without losing Jane Austen’s sense of humor and elegance.