“The Fabelmans” is intensely a Steven Spielberg picture and, equally intensely, a Tony Kushner screenplay. It is a celebration of cinema and of the love Spielberg puts into his films.
The Oscars are less than a week away and everyone is making their best predictions about who will take home the top prizes. Two Crimson writers weigh in with their insight.
The Crimson watched the announcement of the nominees on Jan. 24 with interest and hopes — some of which were met, and some of which were dashed.
The latest A.R.T. production is not among the greatest faith stories ever told, but its dramatic power saves it from tweeness.
“Ends” is the filmic analogue of a college student who is only amusing after two or three shots of liquor and is otherwise not only unamusing but barely tolerable. The “Halloween” films’ liquor is gore — stupid, stupid gore — and “Ends” is in bad need of more of it.
But what is important about Zach Cregger’s new feature is that it does not forget, in the meantime, to be scary. It is a bona fide horror film, which, in the contemporary landscape, makes it something of an oasis.
If you’ve seen the film, there’s a good chance you’ll want to check it out again. If you haven’t, now’s your chance: Take it.
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