Actor Jessica Hynes makes an astonishing directorial debut with this disconcerting little movie about women’s everyday anger and resentment, and the absolute battle just to get through the day.
Claire Foy and Tiffany Haddish headline big new wide releases; Erika Cohn directs documentary The Judge, about a female pioneer of jurisprudence in the Middle East; more…
Behold a time before helicopter parenting, when children roamed free, ate cake for dinner, and played with fire. A delightfully old-fashioned treat.
You must see Twenty Twelve if you’re a fan of smart, sharp social, cultural, media, and political satire and hugely entertaining comedic performances from some of the best British talent doing funny stuff today.
I was sorta excited about this, but now we see why the trailer was held till just mere weeks before its U.K. release: It looks really, really stupid.
Ah, well, now, when I get to David Tennant’s startling performance in Takin’ Over the Asylum, I’ll get to, as well, a little bit of a discussion about stories about so-called crazy people as the only sane ones among us. But here, in the very first episode of the existential comedy detective series Randall and … more…
I always knew that Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright and I were soulmates.