Mark Gatiss

Movie Review: The Favourite (2018)

Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, whose previous films have expressed a rather jaundiced view of humanity (“The Killing of a Sacred Deer,” “The Lobster”), has found a most appropriate target for his cynicism in his “mainstream” comedy, The Favourite, the story of sickly 18th century British monarch Queen Anne (Olivia Colman, “Murder on the Orient Express”)…

Movie Review: The Mercy (2018)

Cinema has long been home to inspirational “true story” interpretations, operating as a vessel through which filmmakers can translate fact into fiction. There’s an audience for it, so the biopic genre and its various filtered offshoots continue to be a mainstay of mainstream movies. There’s a seemingly endless collection of personalities and adventures to choose…

Movie Review: Denial (2016)

Historical and even scientific truth can be merely the consensus agreed upon by those who presently have the power and influence to determine public opinion, or it can be based on evidence that has been tested in the laboratory, in debate, or in a court of law. Written by David Hare and based on the…

Movie Review: Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie (2016)

Well, Britain’s bombastic booze-loving fashion figureheads are back for some familiar naughty fun and frolicking, so committed “AbFab” fans can rejoice. So brace yourself “sweetie darlings” as TV-based drunken divas Patsy and Edina make their boisterous and cheeky return to the big screen in the off-kilter and shrewdly amusing, Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie. The movie…

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