Film Review: We Are What We Are
If nothing else, director Jim Mickle (Stake Land) should be commended for his subversive attempt to turn his slow-burn cannibal horror flick into a moody meditation on matriarchal power and the uncompromising demands of tradition.
‘The Fifth Estate’ is Weak on WikiLeaks
In an attempt to make the online world of WikiLeaks more cinematic, director Bill Condon (Dreamgirls, Twilight: Breaking Dawn I and II) marshals a variety of...
Film Review: The Fifth Estate
The story of Wikileaks founder Julian Assange is told in patterned detail, but fails to capture the drama around his humanity.