This fascinatingly tragic film tells the true story of the Hollywood Blacklist and how it unfairly and unconstitutionally targeted people and ruined lives.
Peter Landesman has not made a lot of films before, and here it shows. What could have been an important and heartbreaking film feels clunky and oddly paced.
Everything about The Danish Girl is beautiful – the performances, the cinematography and the screenplay
This BAFTA-winning film from Ken Russell tells the story of Valentino, the larger-than-life matinee idol who died in 1926 at the height of his fame
The true story of a society heiress and patron of the arts who wanted to perform at Carnegie Hall, but no one has managed to tell her she can't sing
Maggie Smith chews up the scenery in this rather insipid British fare, with some mildly amusing twists
Joy is not merely a movie about a mop – it's about a strong-willed and confident woman who is determined to be a success
Perhaps Miles Ahead is a film that fans of Davis will appreciate the most, but it is an excellent piece of work in its own right
The true story of Whitey Bulger, brother of a state senator and the most infamous violent criminal in the history of South Boston
Here's the third attempt to bring the story of the Apple cofounder to the screen – and it's far and away the best of them