Sally Hawkins

Movie Review: Maudie (2016)

In the typical Hollywood success story, a talented individual starts out in life with a full head of steam, gets a bad break, and then, with the help of a teacher or other mentor, overcomes adversity and the story ends on a note of triumph and tears. Things are not so simple, however, for Canadian…

Movie Review: The Shape of Water (2017)

While we know that some monsters are decidedly not lovable, the creature in Mexican director Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water, like many humans who roam the planet, is more of a lonely outcast seeking connection than a life-threatening presence. Performed by Doug Jones (“The Bye Bye Man”) underneath all the prosthetics, this monster…

Movie Review: Godzilla (2014)

For Godzilla’s sixtieth birthday, I can’t imagine a better gift than the one Gareth Edwards has just given in the form of a massive scale blockbuster that celebrates the beloved Toho monster in flabbergasting fashion. Edwards has translated his own adoration of the iconic monster into an artful love letter of epic proportions, delivering a…

Movie Trailer #2: Godzilla (2014)

They tried to kill it in 1954 but the atomic bomb only made it stronger and angrier. Meet Godzilla. With this latest trailer for Warner Bros & Legendary Pictures’ much anticipated movie, it is made clear again (at least from the point of view of humans) that the radioactive dinosaur has come ashore to even…

Movie Trailer: Godzilla (2014)

A leaked trailer for Godzilla popped up a month or so ago and was promptly pulled. But before it was, it was abundantly clear that this Godzilla is not the same as the 1998 Roland Emmerich version. Today Warner Bros. dropped the official version and it too makes no allusions that the radioactive dinosaur/lizard-monster is…

Movie Review: All is Bright (2013)

At first I was going to start my review of All is Bright by remarking that Paul Rudd has the worst Canadian accent I’ve ever heard spoken by a Canadian. Then I realized he was born up the street from me in New Jersey, so that blew that observation out of the water. Now, I’ll…

Movie Trailer: All is Bright (2013)

The first and probably only trailer for the indie dramedy All is Bright has been made available by Anchor Bay Films. It’s got a heartwarming vibe going for it, as Paul Giamatti tackles the role of an ex-con trying like hell to get back on the right path. He’s got a rough road ahead of…

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