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And you'd be right, though a decent number of reviewers find the film to be pleasant enough family fun. Bill Condon co-wrote the screenplay for first-time director Michael Gracey, and the original music comes from the in-demand team of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, Oscar winners for last year's best picture nominee The Bellas reunite for a USO tour in this continuation (and possibly conclusion) of the franchise that began in 2012 with Pitch Perfect and middled in 2015 with Pitch Perfect 2.
A fairly strong debut at Telluride (where, in a somewhat unusual move, the film screened without a distributor) prompted a bidding war, with relative newcomer Entertainment Studios ultimately grabbing the rights, though early reviews suggest that it isn't the Oscar contender they once envisioned it to be.
The latest Agatha Christie adaptation to reach the big screen stars Max Irons stars as Charles Hayward, a private detective asked by a former lover to catch her grandfather’s murderer.
Reviewers are finding the result to be a can't-miss work that's utterly strange, sensuous, and funny. The incredible cast is led by Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks, appearing together for the first time, and also features Sarah Paulson, Bradley Whitford, Carrie Coon, Matthew Rhys, Jesse Plemons, Alison Brie, and a mini-When the latest from writer-director Michael Haneke premiered at Cannes earlier this year, the film received good reviews, but not the overwhelming positive reception of his previous competition films Amour and The White Ribbon.
The film impressed many critics when debuting at Toronto in September, though some experts find it too slight to be a best picture contender (though it still seems likely to be a screenplay nominee).
Christian Bale plays an Army captain who must escort a Cheyenne family home under difficult conditions in 1892 in this bleak but slow-paced western from director Scott Cooper (Black Mass).
Empire Magazine, a decidedly pro-British film magazine, offered their picks for the bravest, most innovative, and most creative films - the "ultimate indie lineup" of 50 of the best non-studio works ever made. Robert Duvall plays the eponymous THX-1138, a worker in a society where sex is outlawed and drugs used to control the populace, who rebels and begins the search for a better life.
Descriptions of choices for the 50 Greatest Independent Films are excerpted below from the Empire Magazine website.1. What's remarkable in this film are the visuals - the sterile, almost colourless world and menacing robot police provide a stark backdrop for the increasingly passionate feelings of the central characters.Critics find it confused and a slog to get through.