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Ryan R., KIDS FIRST! Film Critic, age 12 I appreciate the animations of this film because they are vivid, detailed, realistic
The BFG is a feel good movie in the Spielberg tradition. The opening shots in an orphanage pull you in as do the cinematography
The actress, who appears in the film, talks about working with the legendary director.
Janusz Kamiski's cinematography has seldom been more breathtaking, while the cast headed by Mark Rylance as the BFG, Ruby Barnhill as Sophie, and Penelope Wilton as the Queen are all engaging.
After a year of global trekking to discover, nurture, nudge, prognosticate and congratulate all Oscar-worthy films, come April, I am left with the position of Monday morning quarterback.
The thing that gets me about the protests and the "oscarssowhite" movement is it's totally taken away from an array of amazing
"It's a wonderful time to be an actor, and I'm proud to be part of it."
Pineapple Inside Out Cake dotted with Bryan Cranberries, Jennifer Jason Jujubees and Brooklyndor Truffles served a la mode
This year, I saw every one of the 31 nominated feature films and 15 nominated shorts. Here are my random comments on most of the categories.
That means all of the movies from Inside Out on down are longshots - not impossible, but they need a little luck. Look for
For me, this has been an interesting year of travels, adventures in distant lands, and new experiences. Wherever I have gone, though, I've taken the opportunity to explore theatre and musical performances, film, art exhibits, and the most intriguing books.
The second-biggest surprise of Anna Ziegler's new play, Photograph 51, is that Ziegler has managed to take this dryly historic tale and turn it into an engrossing scientific whodunit, or rather, who'll-do-it.
Jan Donovan Amorosi had just seen Steven Spielberg's Bridge of Spies at a special screening the night before its New York Film Festival premiere at Alice Tully Hall on Sunday night. "We had no idea what our father had gone through when we were growing up in Brooklyn."
Tom Hanks hasn't starred in a Steven Spielberg movie since 2004's "The Terminal," but this year's "Bridge of Spies" should