All these dramas, from Little Miss Sunshine to Miss Congeniality, grapple with a central question – are beauty pageants anti-feminist?
The streaming service is trying out the Hallmark strategy – pumping out intentionally average festive films in absurdly high quantities.
JK Rowling’s latest film includes new plot details that change the events of the original seven books. Warning: contains spoilers.
Don’t be duped by anyone selling Outlaw King as earnest political drama: it’s silly, over the top and absurd.
He’s undergone a hideous transformation. Oh, and also, he’s a detective. Didn’t you see the deerstalker perched inexplicably on his remarkably flat head?
At times thematically heavy-handed, but nevertheless atmospheric, the film’s scaffolding is its three expansive central performances.
Accusations of domestic abuse, the cover implies, are dangerous – and a little sexy. Put a hat and some cowboy boots on them, and you’ve got yourself a GQ cover star!
But there is something to be said for the film’s R-rated action.
This sweet teen movie is clichéd, over-engineered and absolutely perfect.
This sequel has a more reflective tone than the banger-a-minute original, but you can’t deny its charms.
Their scheme runs like Rolex clockwork. You never feel the shiver of risk.