The "Widows" actor said working with the Academy Award–winning actress was "a living, breathing master class."
Steve McQueen's new heist thriller starring Viola Davis is an electrifying and poignant crowd-pleaser that not enough people are seeing.
Like some others, Steve McQueen's heist film proves that mainstream appeal and artistic elegance aren't mutually exclusive.
It's more than a genre movie starring Viola Davis and Liam Neeson. It's a perfect portrait of race and power imbalance in our country.
For his smart new heist thriller, the "12 Years a Slave" director "wanted to make a picture that could be seen as high or seen as low."
After the Toronto Film Festival, the season's early front-runners — "A Star Is Born," "Widows" and "First Man" — will probably be giant crowd-pleasing hits.
"Widows" is a stormy thriller, "First Man" is an ambitious slog and "Vox Lux" is a provocative barnstormer.